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What is the derivative of ((e^pie/3)(cosx))? Is it pie/3e^pie/3 times cosx - e^pie/3 times sinx?

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    e^(π/3) contains no variable, so it is simply a constant

    derivative is

    - e^(π/3) sinx

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