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Is this a correct proof that the derivitive of sinh(x^3+x^2) = (3x^2+2x)cosh(x^3+x^2) ?

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    instead of that u could use the chain rule which is lot more easier

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    |dw:1350226120683:dw|

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    If you know that the derivitive of sinh is cosh then yes, it's easier to use the chainrule

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    yup ur correct then

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    But from the knowledge what sinh means that is the way, I guess

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    Thanks :)

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    ur welcome

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