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Need help with your homework explain what your problem is and I might be able to help you. I sure won't give you the answers though of course. If you need any help you can just post it or if you don't want to PM me.
d/dx sin(cos(sinx))?
what is that
:scratch: :help:
Any Algebra 2 help would be nice.
I took it last year as an 8th grader, and since I was the only one in my class I was allowed to work at my own pace. The problem was that my pace sucked and I was just finishing the Mid-terms on the last day of school.
So now I'm a freshman taking it for the second time. And I will get all A's other than that.
It sounds pathetic, I know.
"maddenhasamancrushonfavre" wrote:
The answer to your problem is cos(-sin(cosx)).Quote:
d/dx sin(cos(sinx))?
i dont think so unless you can show me scatterplots over the internet
"T-Money" wrote:
Actually I think it's cos(cos(sinx))(-sin(sinx)cosx) since you have to use the chain rule twice.Quote:
"maddenhasamancrushonfavre" wrote:
The answer to your problem is cos(-sin(cosx)).Quote:
d/dx sin(cos(sinx))?
"maddenhasamancrushonfavre" wrote:
Yeah you are right. I haven't been in calculus for a semester, so i don't know what i was thinking. I asked my roommate for the answer and he was way off.Quote:
"T-Money" wrote:
Actually I think it's cos(cos(sinx))(-sin(sinx)cosx) since you have to use the chain rule twice.Quote:
"maddenhasamancrushonfavre" wrote:
The answer to your problem is cos(-sin(cosx)).Quote:
d/dx sin(cos(sinx))?
Can you tell me how to do problem 9.32 in my AP Statistics book?