What rule I can use to solve this? I need examples like this tasks or something

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- Oct 21st 2010, 09:26 AMLilCalculate f'(x)

What rule I can use to solve this? I need examples like this tasks or something - Oct 21st 2010, 09:27 AMAckbeet
Are t and g considered constant?

- Oct 21st 2010, 09:28 AMLil
It's tg(x)

- Oct 21st 2010, 09:31 AMAckbeet
Is that the tangent function, then?

- Oct 21st 2010, 09:33 AMLil
- Oct 21st 2010, 09:34 AMAckbeet
Ah. Standard notation is

What rule do you think would be appropriate here? - Oct 21st 2010, 09:36 AMAlso sprach Zarathustra
Yes, mr. Ackbeet it is tan(x)....

Appalling the chain rule...

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Could you proceed from here...? - Oct 21st 2010, 09:37 AMAckbeet
Well, technically, it's the product rule. But yes, that is the rule to use here. I was hoping Lil would see that on her own.

- Oct 21st 2010, 09:45 AMLil
- Oct 21st 2010, 09:46 AMAckbeet
Right.

- Oct 21st 2010, 09:55 AMLil
It's correct:

- Oct 21st 2010, 09:56 AMAckbeet
Correct. So you get what?

- Oct 21st 2010, 10:00 AMLil

What do next I don't know? - Oct 21st 2010, 10:01 AMAckbeet
How about factoring out the

- Oct 21st 2010, 10:05 AMLil