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differentiate the function ( a) y = cos³x b) y = Sin²xCos3x c) y = Sin (x³)

differentiate the function a) y = cos³x b) y = Sin²xCos3x c) y = Sin (x³)

1. differentiate cos(3/x) 2. differentiate sin(4/x) 3. differentiate 3/{sin(3x+pi)} 4. differentiate pxsin(q/x)where p and q are constants. 5. differentiate xsin(a/x) where a is constant 6. differentiate sec^3(3x^2+1)

Verify that following are identities: 1. cos 3t = 4 cos³ t3 cos t 2. sin 4x = 8 sin x cos³ x4 x cos x (use a doubleangle identity)


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differentiate each function a) y = cos^3x b) y = sin(x^3) c) y = sin^2 xcos3x

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Can anyone help with this...I need to find the derivative of the functions below. If possible please show working so I can try and understand? f(t) =3t^4 and g(t)=sin(4t) Then using the Quotient Rule differentiate the function k(t) 3t^4/ sin(4t)

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Differentiate the function. f(x) = sin(7 ln x)

Differentiate the function. f(x) = sin(5 ln x)


Differentiate the function. f(x) = sin(x) ln(2x)

(sin 4x cos 3x)^2 differentiate the following function

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Prove the identities 1. cos3Ɵ + cos Ɵ = 4cos^Ɵ  2 cos Ɵ 2. sin (A+B)sin (AB)=cos2B + sin^2 A1

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Differentiate. y= (cos x)^x u= cos x du= sin x dx ln y = ln(cos x)^x ln y = x ln(cos x) (dy/dx)/(y)= ln(cos x) (dy/dx)= y ln(cos x) = (cos x)^x * (ln cos x) (dx/du)= x(cos x)^(x1) * (sin x) =  x sin(x)cos^(x1)(x) (dy/dx)(dx/du)=

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Consider the function f(x)=sin(1/x) Find a sequence of xvalues that approach 0 such that (1) sin (1/x)=0 {Hint: Use the fact that sin(pi) = sin(2pi)=sin(3pi)=...=sin(npi)=0} (2) sin (1/x)=1 {Hint: Use the fact that sin(npi)/2)=1 if n= 1,5,9...} (3) sin

Consider the function f(x)=sin(1/x) Find a sequence of xvalues that approach 0 such that (1) sin (1/x)=0 {Hint: Use the fact that sin(pi) = sin(2pi)=sin(3pi)=...=sin(npi)=0} (2) sin (1/x)=1 {Hint: Use the fact that sin(npi)/2)=1 if n= 1,5,9...} (3) sin

Consider the function f(x)=sin(1/x) Find a sequence of xvalues that approach 0 such that sin (1/x)=0 sin (1/x)=1 sin (1/x)=1 Is sin sin (1/x)=0 and sin (1/x)=1 does not exist. What is sin (1/x)=1 then.

1. On the interval [0, 2pi] what are the solutions to the equation sin3xcos2x = cos3xsin2x + 1? pi/10 and pi/2? 2. What is the value of tan75degrees? √(3) + 1)/(1  √(3))? 3. Value of cos(130degrees)cos(130degrees) +

Differentiate y= (sin(x)) / (x^4) y' = ?

Hello, Could somebody kindly check my answer for the following question? Find the derivative of the following function: h(x)=3e^(sin(x+2)) h'(x)=3'(e^(sin(x+2))+3(e^(sin(x+2))' h'(x)=0(e^(sin(x+2))+3(e^(sin(x+2))(cos(1)) h'(x)=3cos1(e^(sin(x+2)) I would

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Differentiate (sin^3)x and use this result to evaluate the integral of sin^2 x cos x dx between pi/2 and 0. Thanks!

Hi, I'm having trouble using implicit differentiation to determine dy/dx in the form dy/dx = f(x,y) for sin(2x+3y)=3x^3y^2+4 Do I make it sin(2x+3y)3x^3y^2=4 then differentiate to get 2cos(2x+3y)9x^2*2y=0 ? I'm a little lost... Any help appreciated.

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The graph of a trigonometric function oscillates between y=1 and y=7. It reaches its maximum at x= pi and its minimum at x=3pi. which of the following could be the equation of the function? A) f(x)=4 cos x/23 B) f(x)=4 sin x/23 C) f(x)=4 sin 2x3 D)

Consider the function f(x)=sin(1/x) Find a sequence of xvalues that approach 0 such that sin (1/x)=0 sin (1/x)=1 sin (1/x)=1 Is sin sin (1/x)=0 and sin (1/x)=1 does not exist. What is sin (1/x)=1 then. How would I show the sequence of values, any help

The graph of a trigonometric function oscillates between y=1 and y=7. It reaches its maximum at x= pi and its minimum at x=3pi. which of the following could be the equation of the function? A) f(x)=4 cos x/23 B) f(x)=4 sin x/23 C) f(x)=4 sin 2x3 D)

The graph of a trigonometric function oscillates between y=1 and y=7. It reaches its maximum at x= pi and its minimum at x=3pi. which of the following could be the equation of the function? A) f(x)=4 cos x/23 B) f(x)=4 sin x/23 C) f(x)=4 sin 2x3 D)

I really don't understand how to write the expression as one invloving only sinϴ and cosϴ sin2ϴ+cos3ϴ

1. Which of the following expressions is the definition of the derivative of f(x) = cos(x) at the point (2, cos(2))? 2. Find the derivative of f(x) = x + 2 at the point (1, 3) 3. Find f '(x) for f(x) = 2x3 + 3x2  x + 15. 4. Find all values of x on the


This one confused me since it revolved around what seemed like dividing trig function by another function Write the following expression in terms of the tangent function 2 / ((cos(r^2  s^2) / (sin(r^2  s^2)) = ? I know tan t = sin t / cos t. So would I

Differentiate sin(cubed)x with respect to x. Hence find (integration sign) sin(squared) x cosx dx. ALSO Find the equation of the tangent to the curve y = 2 sin(x(pie divided by 6)) at the point where x = (pie divided by 3) .

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1) The period of a trig. function y=sin kx is 2pi/k. Then period of y=sin^2(pi.x/a) should be 2pi/(pi/a)=2a, but somewhere it is given as a. Which is correct? 2) The period of r=sin^3(theta/3) is given as 3pi. How is it worked out? Is it because after

Posted by hayden on Monday, February 23, 2009 at 4:05pm. sin^6 x + cos^6 x=1  (3/4)sin^2 2x work on one side only! Responses Trig please help!  Reiny, Monday, February 23, 2009 at 4:27pm LS looks like the sum of cubes sin^6 x + cos^6 x = (sin^2x)^3 +

Given the position function s(t) = t cos t, find the velocity function. Answer v(t) = sin t v(t) = sin t v(t) = cos t  t sin t v(t) = cos t + t sin t

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Differentiate f(x) = ln(x)/sin(x)

differentiate y=x sin((4)/x)

Hi, I am in need of some help. How would I find the derivative of the function: f(x) = int e^sin(t) dt if the upper bound is x^2 and the lower bound is cos(x)? I'm not really sure what to do here since e^sin(t) is not an integratable function. Should I


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Differentiate: y=sin(2z)+cos^2z

How do i differentiate cos(3/x) or sin(4/x)? Please help!

Differentiate with respect to x 1/sin x

I'm having problems with this one. Can't get the right answer. Differentiate the following using the chain rule. f(x) = squareroot(x^2+1)/(3x+1) I know that I can take the whole thing and put it to the (1/2) and differentiate that then use the quotient

In obtuse triangle PQR, P=51 degrees, p= 10cm, and the longest side, q=12cm.Draw the triangle and solve for Q to the nearest degree. I did, 10/sin 51=12/sin Q 10(sin Q)/10=12(sin 51)/10 Q= 2nd function sin 0.9325751 Q=68 degrees Q=18068 Q=111 degrees

integrate. (1):sin2xcos3x (2):5(cos3x)^2

5.2 The Natural logarithmic function Differentiate the function problem # 13: f(x)= sqrt(x) Inx

THANK YOU TUTORS SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP Determine the intervals on which the function is concave up or concave down. I finally understand that when f'' is greater than 0 it means concave up. f(X) = 18x^2 + x^4 so I differentiate that to be 36x + 4x^3 that

In the values interval [0, 2p] the function f (x) = sin(x) has more periods by the function g (x) = sin(3x). True or False?


Differentiate with respect to (t). y = d cos(t) + (t^2)sin(t)

Please Help Differentiate Sin sqrt x from first principles

expres the following as sums and differences of sines or cosines cos8t * sin2t sin(a+b) = sin(a)cos(b) + cos(a)sin(b) replacing by by b and using that cos(b)= cos(b) sin(b)= sin(b) gives: sin(ab) = sin(a)cos(b)  cos(a)sin(b) Add the two equations:

find the derivative of the function integral from cosx to sinx (ln(8+3v)dv) y'(x)= (sin(8+3((sin(x)))+x)+sin(8+3sin(x)x))/2 Is this the right answer?????

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Determine all the absolute extreme values for the function f(x, y) = sin x sin y sin(x + y) on the square 0 <x <PI ,0 < y < PI.

Determine all the absolute extreme values for the function f(x,y) = sin(x)*sin(y)*sin(x+y)on the square 0<x<pi, 0<y<pi

find the period, amplitude,zeros, extreme points at maximum and minimum of the given function: 1.y = sin( 2x) 2.y = 4 sin( 5x) 3.y = 3 sin (3x/5) 4.y = 1/2 cos (4x)

differentiate: y=sin^2(x) cos^2(x) I have this: y'= 2cosx + 2sinx What do i do next??

Differentiate. cos^3x My answer: 3cos^2x sin^2x


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sin(7x)= sin(x)[cos^2(3x)sin^2(3x)]+2cos(x)cos(3x)sin(3x) I tried for an hour but still don't know how. Plzz help

Find y'(x) when cos y  y^2 = 8 a) siny  2y b)  (1/sin y  2y) c) 0 d)  (8/cos y  y) So if I implicitly differentiate: y'(x) = sin(y)  2y y' = 0 Am I right to say that there's nothing more you can do to this and pick C? y' = 0 / (siny  2y) So

Determine if the function sin(x)*e^(ax) where a=constant is an eigenfunction of the operators d/dx and d^2/(dx)^2 Okay. My understanding is that you use the operator and perform its "thing" on the function. In this case, you will have to find the 1st

Differentiate: y = sin(2x  1) + cos(x^3)  tan(3x)

(a) If è is in standard position, then the reference angle è is the acute angle formed by the terminal side of è and the Select xaxis yaxis . So the reference angle for è = 120° is è = ?°, and that for è = 210°is è = ? degrees. (b) If è

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Use a Riemann sum with n = 3 terms and the right endpoint rule to approx. ∫(1, 2) sin(1/x)dx. My teacher just needs the terms written out, no need to add or multiply. This is a problem she did up on the board, so here's her answer: sin(4/3)(1/3) +


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Differentiate the function.((x^2)((3x^2)(ln(4x))))/(x^6)

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Differentiate the function. f(x)=3x ln 6x  3x

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Differentiate the function. f(x) = e^7


Differentiate the following function? g(x)=x^2=1/x^21

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Differentiate the function. y = ((4x^2 + 8x + 4)÷√(x)) x

Differentiate the following function. A(s)=19/s^5

Differentiate the following function. (7x5)(3x+9)