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derivative of 2xsin(1/x)

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  1. steel11
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    think you have to do the chain rule twice here, not sure

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  2. Jemurray3
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    Product rule once, chain rule once. Thoughts?

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    maybe, not sure. :l

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    yep, got it. product rule once, chain rule once. ty

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    you're both right... product rule with chain rule twice..

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    oops chain rule once....

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    i got answer using chain rule once. :P

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    hehe, ty both.

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    i got the answer without using product rule or chain rule.. i used the wolfram alpha rule... yw.... :)

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