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dw:1371404370996:dw
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funinaboxBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
well 50pi is just a constant (sint)^2 is where the interesting bit lies do you know the chain rule?
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funinaboxBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
and what i mean by 50pi is just constant, is you can just completely pull it out (1/50pi)(sint^2) find the derivative of (sint)^2, then multiply 1/50pi back in
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(1/50pi)(d/dt)(sin^2 t) first operate on power and then on base (1/50pi)(2sin t)(d/dx(sin t)) (1/50pi)(2sin t)(cos t)
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