Diffeq
posted by Dave .
d/dx (x)(e^xy)(cos2x).
Product rule lets me take the derivative of f(x)g(x). But three functions?

(e^xy)cos(2x)+x(y)e^xy(cos2x)(2x)(e^xy)sin2x
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