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Solve the derivative equation: Prove d/dx(cscx) = -csc(x) cot(x)

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    Start with\[y =\csc x\]Now what is the reciprocal of csc x? In other words,\[\csc x =?\]

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    In other words change csc x to sin x and cos x terms.|dw:1351220672642:dw|

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    think cscx = 1/sinx, then apply quotient rule.

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