I'm not sure how to differentiate sin^2[3x]. Although, I think it's just d/dx( (sin[3x])(sin[3x]) ). So, just chain and product rules should do it. Is that right?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

EDIT: I've followed through with the above method, and I got 3*sin(6x). Is that correct?

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# D/dx (sin^2[3x])

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