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this is what i got

1/2(4+csc^2(3x))^-1/2 * d/dx (4+csc^2(3x)

g'(x) = 1/2(4+csc(3x))^-1/2 (1+cot3)

did i go about this correct to get the answer or did i mess it up at the diretive part?

joe

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this is what i got

1/2(4+csc^2(3x))^-1/2 * d/dx (4+csc^2(3x)

g'(x) = 1/2(4+csc(3x))^-1/2 (1+cot3)

did i go about this correct to get the answer or did i mess it up at the diretive part?

joe

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This makes a difference when applying the chain rule.

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it is this one it was orginally the squrt of 4+csc^2(3x) i just attempted to simplify it

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g(x)=2(4+csc^2(3x))^1 * d/dx (4+csc^2(3x)) instead of

g(x)=

otherwise that last one would have corresponded an original equation written as g(x)=(4+csc^2(3x))^

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