how do you find the 5th derivative of tan(x) using tan^2(x)+1 as the first derivative instead of sec^2(x) ?

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how do you find the 5th derivative of tan(x) using tan^2(x)+1 as the first derivative instead of sec^2(x) ?

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i already have the second and 4rd derivatives but i'm getting really confused on the 4th
....concentration :) .....
I'm to the fourth derivative now and it's all way to the end of the page. lol

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same here
so much algebra, what's your fourth derivative?
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i don't wanna simplify
This problem is gross
i agree my professor is horrible ):
did you see my attachment?
i'm trying to open it, i haven't gotten there yet.
88*(1+tan(x)^2)^2*tan(x)^2+16*(1+tan(x)^2)^3+16*tan(x)^4*(1+tan(x)^2) is what my friendly computer algebra system got for the 5th derivative
hah noice
yeah thats pretty much where i'm at with it ):
yeah my fifth derivative involves too much product rule.
i'm working it with someone on chat, and we're keeping everything in terms of tan, its working much easier that way.
( think you everything you get a (secx)^2, you are suppose to write it as 1+(tanx)^2
maybe there is a pattern we havent noticed
yea i checked my derivatives with your derivatives and it checks but it gets drawn out.

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