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I found on youtube a video showing the steps to differentiate tan(x). I can follow the steps quiet easily but I'm not sure which rule is being used when substituting u for cos(x) and du for sin(x)dx.

So which rule is being used and how do I know which is u and which is du.

Thanks

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# Rule for differentiating tan(x)

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