# calculus

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Using the chain rule, how do i solve this problem?
g(x)=(sin3x)^3
g'(x)=??

3sin(3x)^2 • 3

i think

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*w*w*w*.*a*s*k*.*c*o*m* hey i cant help but heres a hint just go 2 (go on the words w/ the stares around them )and ask the question

*w*w*w*.*a*s*k*.*c*o*m* hey i cant help but heres a hint just go 2 (go on the words w/ the stares around them )and ask the question

let u=sin^2 (3x)
du= 2sin(3x)*cos(3x)*3

check that.

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