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Anne5632

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- Homework Statement
- Differentiate

- Relevant Equations
- Log(cos(X)/x^2)^2

Im going by the chain rule.

I let y=log(t)^2.

T=cos^2x/x^2Dy/DT is 2/t * log(t)

Dt/DX is (sin(2x)/X )((sinx+cosx)/X)

Can someone verify this is the correct way ? As when I multiply dydt by dtdx I get an equation I don't know how to simplify

I let y=log(t)^2.

T=cos^2x/x^2Dy/DT is 2/t * log(t)

Dt/DX is (sin(2x)/X )((sinx+cosx)/X)

Can someone verify this is the correct way ? As when I multiply dydt by dtdx I get an equation I don't know how to simplify