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Differentiate. f(θ) = sec θ/3 + sec θ

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  1. Coolsector
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    \[f(t) = \frac{ \sec(t) }{ 3 } + \sec(t)\]

  2. Coolsector
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    this is the question ?

  3. Coolsector
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    or it's 3+sec(t) in the denominator ?

  4. v.s
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    yeaaa

  5. v.s
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    in the denominator

  6. Coolsector
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    \[f(t)=\frac{ \sec(t) }{ 3 + \sec(t) }\]

  7. Coolsector
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    like this ?

  8. v.s
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    yes

  9. micahwood50
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    In this case, use quotient rule.

  10. Coolsector
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    grr mistake :| all over again

  11. Coolsector
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    \[f'(t) = \frac{ \sec(t)' * (3+\sec(t)) - (3+\sec(t))' * \sec(t) }{ (3+\sec(t))^2 }\]

  12. Coolsector
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    \[f'(t) = \frac{ \tan(t)\sec(t) * (3+\sec(t)) - \tan(t)\sec(t) * \sec(t) }{ (3+\sec(t))^2 }\]

  13. Coolsector
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    \[f'(t) = \frac{ 3\tan(t)\sec(t) }{ (3+\sec(t))^2 }\]

  14. Coolsector
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    nothing much more to do ..

  15. v.s
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    so you expand and simplify?

  16. Coolsector
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    the final answer ? you can expand the (3+sec(t))^2 but it's not really important ..

  17. Coolsector
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    i used the quotient rule in order to find the derivative as you can see the procedure

  18. v.s
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    okaay thank you :)

  19. Coolsector
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    yw

  20. v.s
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    i got the aanswer wrong

  21. v.s
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    i'm doing this online quiz and wen i put in the answer it was wrong

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