Calculus
posted by Anonymous
Differentiate.
cos^1 2x

bobpursley
is this arccos (2x)?
or do you mean 1/(cos 2x) 
Steve
I think we can assume arccos.
If so, then recall that d/dx (arccos(u)) = 1/√(1u^2) du/dx
Now just plug and chug.
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