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  1. DLS
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    \[y=\frac{x^{2}+secx}{1+tanx}\]

  2. DLS
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    Find dy/dx

  3. henpen
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    Use the product rule

  4. henpen
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    And chain

  5. DLS
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    @Shadowys !

  6. Shadowys
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    what did you get?

  7. DLS
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    let me write

  8. DLS
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    \[\frac{(1+tanx)(2x+secxtanx)-(x^{2}+secx)(\sec^{2}}{(1+tanx)^{2}}\]

  9. Shadowys
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    yup, that's it. though...it seems quite hard to simpify

  10. DLS
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    yeah,i dont know how to simplify it..

  11. DLS
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    this is the most simplified form i guess http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=derivative+of+%28x%5E2%2Bsecx%29%2F%281%2Btanx%29

  12. Shadowys
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    lol not really much change. I think you've got it anyways.

  13. DLS
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    okay..!

  14. DLS
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    im growing :D

  15. Shadowys
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    lol you're good

  16. DLS
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    lets move on :p

  17. DLS
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    \[\frac{x}{\sin^{n}x}\] hint about this?

  18. Shadowys
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    take n as any integer as just differentiate it like before :)

  19. DLS
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    okay,ill post it again separately if i cant do it!

  20. Shadowys
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    okay :) good luck

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