Hi,

I'm having a lot of difficulty differentiating the following trig problems:

Question : Find \(\displaystyle \frac{dy}{dx}\) for the following functions(Do not simplify the answer).

a) \(\displaystyle 4 cos^2(\pi x)\)

b) \(\displaystyle tan^2 (cos x)\)

c)\(\displaystyle sin x +sin y=1\)

I'm not even sure about how to start on these problems, and would greatly appreciate any helpful tips.

Thanks

I'm having a lot of difficulty differentiating the following trig problems:

Question : Find \(\displaystyle \frac{dy}{dx}\) for the following functions(Do not simplify the answer).

a) \(\displaystyle 4 cos^2(\pi x)\)

b) \(\displaystyle tan^2 (cos x)\)

c)\(\displaystyle sin x +sin y=1\)

I'm not even sure about how to start on these problems, and would greatly appreciate any helpful tips.

Thanks

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