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Proving using calculus without trig identity 
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Feb2312, 01:35 AM

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Please I really need help with this hw question
Prove without trig identity that f`(x)=0 for F(x)=Asin^2(Bx+C)+Acos^2(Bx+C) 


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Feb2312, 01:47 AM

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Feb2312, 01:48 AM

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I can't use trig identy to solve it



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Feb2312, 01:50 AM

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Proving using calculus without trig identity
I mean I'm not allowed to



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Feb2312, 03:03 PM

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Feb2612, 05:22 PM

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could you please send me your working for this question??



#8
Feb2612, 05:30 PM

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It's really simple  just use chain rule to take the d/dx of the whole expression. No trig or any other kinds of tricks necessary. Are you familiar with the use of chain rule?



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