Ok, so here is the equation: I know that We use that for taking the integral of , but to do for the derivative?
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You cannot integrate the inverse cosine. To calculate the derivative, use the chain rule:
Originally Posted by icemanfan You cannot integrate the inverse cosine. To calculate the derivative, use the chain rule: oh. I see. its not integration, it just allows for substitution. cool. thanks for the help! the answer i got to match my worksheet was
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