What rule I can use to solve this? I need examples like this tasks or something
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Are t and g considered constant?
It's tg(x)
Is that the tangent function, then?
Originally Posted by Ackbeet Is that the tangent function, then? Yes.
Ah. Standard notation is What rule do you think would be appropriate here?
Yes, mr. Ackbeet it is tan(x).... Appalling the chain rule... ... Could you proceed from here...?
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.
Originally Posted by Ackbeet 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. ok, it's like
Right.
It's correct:
Correct. So you get what?
What do next I don't know?
How about factoring out the
Originally Posted by Ackbeet How about factoring out the ? How first e^{3x} I don't know