Calculus
posted by sh .
Find the derivative of
y=cot³(12x)²
y'=3[cot(12x)²]² (csc²(12x)²)(24x)(2)
y'=(6+24x)[cot(12x)²]²(csc²(12x)²)
How do you simplify further?
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