This problem is giving me, well...problems: 2x^2 tan(x) -------------- = f(x) sec (x) not sure how im supposed to differentiate this at all.
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Originally Posted by pseizure2000 2x^2 tan(x) -------------- = f(x) sec (x) therefore it remains to differentiate Does that make sense?
Originally Posted by pseizure2000 This problem is giving me, well...problems: 2x^2 tan(x) -------------- = f(x) sec (x) not sure how im supposed to differentiate this at all. . Thus we have, . Which is simpler. This is Mine 73th Post!!!
thanks didn't catch that at all!
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