Calculus
posted by van
Differentiate the following function.
f (x) = 7 sin(x) + 1/6 cot(x)

jim
Well, the derivative of sin is cos, and the derivative of cotan is cosec^2, both of which should be in your standard list of derivatibes.
Knowing that, you can just write down the answer.
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