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Unformatted text preview: x by using the quotient rule. tan d x dx sin cos d x dx x ( 29 2 cos cos sin sin cos x x x x x2 2 2 cos sin cos x x x + 2 1 cos x 2 sec x ( 29 2 tan sec d x x dx = → Derivatives of the remaining trig functions can be determined the same way. sin cos d x x dx = cos sin d x x dx = 2 tan sec d x x dx = 2 cot csc d x x dx = sec sec tan d x x x dx = csc csc cot d x x x dx = π...
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 Fall '05
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 Trigonometry, Derivative, Differential Calculus, Slope, Mathematical analysis, Euler's formula, Vickie Kelly, cos x dx

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