Posted by **Christine** on Sunday, February 13, 2011 at 10:57am.

Can anyone help with this...I need to find the derivative of the functions below. If possible please show working so I can try and understand?

f(t) =3-t^4 and g(t)=sin(4t)

Then using the Quotient Rule differentiate the function

k(t) 3-t^4/ sin(4t) (0<t< pie)

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