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f(x) = sin4x

g(x) = cos3x

f'(x) = cos4x

g'(x) = -sin3x

And by using the product rule, i'll get:

cos4x(cos3x) - sin4x(sin3x)

Is the answer correct or can be simplify again??

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# Homework Help: Derivative of trigonometric functions

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