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Trig identity help?
\[\frac{{ - 6{{\left( {\cos \left( t \right)} \right)}^2} \cdot \sin \left( t \right)}}{{6{{\left( {\sin \left( t \right)} \right)}^2} \cdot \cos \left( t \right)}} =- \cot(t)\]
just cancel, 6,sint and cos t, from numerator and denominator,what remains ?
Can you simplify fractions?
how did I not see that... embarrassing.. thanks for the help
hey @hartnn, when taking second derivatives of parametric curves, we use a formula like:|dw:1351710488694:dw| I am allowed to just take the derivative of -cot(t) or do I have to use y dot and x dot??
Can you write what you want from the very beginning?
i'll need entire question to answer that.....
i'll post a new question and tag you fella's