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    Is the derivative of g(t)=t^2+sint+cos\frac{\pi}{4}

    g'(t)=2t+cost ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VonNemo19 View Post
    Is the derivative of g(t)=t^2+sint+cos\frac{\pi}{4}

    g'(t)=2t+cost ?
    Yes it is!
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