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    Applications of Derivatives of Trigonometric and Inverse Trigonometric Functions

    Can anyone give me questions of APPLICATIONS OF DERIVATIVES OF TRIGONOMETRIC AND INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS?? Because I really need to practice hard.
    Include also the answer but NOT the SOLUTION...



    THANKS A LOT TO THOSE WHO WILL HELP ME ^_^...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cutiemike1 View Post
    Can anyone give me questions of APPLICATIONS OF DERIVATIVES OF TRIGONOMETRIC AND INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS?? Because I really need to practice hard.
    Include also the answer but NOT the SOLUTION...


    THANKS A LOT TO THOSE WHO WILL HELP ME ^_^...
    That's your teacher's job - have you asked him/her? Furthermore, any textbook covering that material will have questions - have you checked the library for such textbooks? And have you searched on-line for questions using a search engine?
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    I already answered all the problems given by my professor. And with regards to the book, i have tc7 by leithold and calculus by stewart and i never found any applications, it's just related rates..
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    here you go ...

    http://scidiv.bellevuecollege.edu/dh/ccal/CC7.3.pdf

    ... lots of exercises at the end of this article + answers.
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    Thank You SKEETER! ^_^...but why there are integrations there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cutiemike1 View Post
    Thank You SKEETER! ^_^...but why there are integrations there?
    maybe because integration is the inverse of differentiation ... and there are many more integration applications.

    btw, found these by doing a google search ... you can, too.
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    I will sir, thanks again !
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