Differentiate x^2sin(x) and xcos(x)-sin(x^2).
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Originally Posted by brumby_3 Differentiate x^2sin(x) and xcos(x)-sin(x^2). We are not a homework service. Please show some work; let us know where you're having trouble. You need to know the product rule and the chain rule.
Originally Posted by brumby_3 Differentiate x^2sin(x) and xcos(x)-sin(x^2). $\displaystyle 2x \sin{x} + x^{2} \cos{x}$ and $\displaystyle \cos{x} - x \sin{x} - \cos(x^2).2x$ Bother to care how?
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