# physics

1)if y=e^x . cot x then dy/dx will be
2) f(x)=sin²x-cos²x then the value of f' (π/4)

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1. Physics? Fire your physics teacher.

y=e^x cot x
y'= cotx*e^x + e^x (-csc^2 x)

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