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find y' of y=sinθ tanθ sqrt(θ^3)

use extended product rule
if y = uvw
y' = uvw' + uv'w + u'vw
y = sinØ tanØ Ø^(3/2)
dy/dØ = cosØ tanØ Ø^(3/2) + sinØ sec^2Ø Ø^(3/2) + (3/2)√Ø sinØ tanØ
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