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sha0403 Group Title

how to find dy/dx of this question? y=e^2x (sin 2x+cox 2x) help me....

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    so do you know the product rule?

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    I assume it's : \( y = e^{2}x (sin2x+cos2x)\)

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    yes i know..but i have a little confuse when i do question..so i need help...can u show me a little bit?

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    Product Rule: Derivative of the first times second + first times derivative of the second.

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    when u help me to differentiate sin 2x+ cos 2x? i just want confirm it

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    dy/dx sin(2x)+cos(2x)= 2cos(2x)-2sin(2x)

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    ok then i will try all the question..thanks a lot ya.. :)

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