Can someone point me to basic for calculating dW[2] and db[2]

Can someone please point me to the proof for


I know that the course is designed in such a way that we dont need to know calculus but I prefer to understand the basics before moving on. :frowning: It is just me, always wasting time in understanding everything from bottom to the top.

Thanks in advance

Here’s a thread with links to the derivations for back propagation and background math information.

That thread was linked from a topic on the DLS FAQ Thread, which is worth a look if that is news to you.

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