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what is the derivative of sin^2x+tan(theta)
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2cos 2x + cosec (theta)
[sin^2(x)+tan(t)]' = [sin^2(x)]'+[tan(t)]'
[sin^2(x)]' = sin(x)cos(x)
[tan(t)]' = sec^2(t)
if I read it right;
we get... sin(x)cos(x) + sec^2(t)
or more accuratley
sin(x)cos(x).x' + sec^2(t).t' ; where x' and t' are derived with respect to some oter variable
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