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Using NATURAL LOGARITHMIC FUNCTION. What is the derivative of Dx ln cos(〖3x〗^2-2x+55).
a) (6x-2)(tan〖3x〗^2-2x+5) b) (-6x+2)(tan〖3x〗^2-2x+5) c) (-2+6x)(tan〖3x〗^2-2x+5) d) (2-6x)(tan〖3x〗^2-2x+5)
Using NATURAL LOGARITHMIC FUNCTION. What is the derivative of Dx ln 〖cos〗^4 (〖3x〗^2-2x+5).
a) -8(3x-1)tan(〖3x〗^2-2x+5) b) -8(3x+1)tan(〖3x〗^2+2x-5) c) 8(3x-1)tan(〖3x〗^2+2x+5) d) 8(3x+1)tan(〖3x〗^2-2x+5)
Using TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTION . What is the derivative of F(x) = 3secx tanx.
a) (3+3sin^2)/(cos^3 x) b) (3-3sin^2)/(cos^3 x) c) (3+3sec^2)/(sec^3 x) d) (3-3sin^2)/(sin^3 x)
Using TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTION . What is the derivative of f(x) = x^2 cosx-2x sinx - 2cosx
a) x^2 sinx b) x^2 cosx c) -x^2 sinx d) x^2 cosx
Using COMPOSITE FUNCTION. What is the derivative of y = cos (3x^2-2x+5).
a) (6x+2) sin ( 3x^2-2x+5) b) (6x-2) sin ( 3x^2+2x-5) c) (6x+2) cos ( 3x^2-2x+5) d) (6x-2) sin ( 3x^2-2x+5)
Using COMPOSITE FUNCTION. What is the derivative of y = tan ((3-x)/(x^2-2)).
a) (x-6x+2)/((〖x^2-2)〗^2 ) b) (x+6x-2)/((〖x^2-2)〗^2 ) c) (x-6x+2)/((〖x^2+2)〗^2 ) d) (x+6x+2)/((〖x^2+2)〗^2 )
Using Power rule. Find the derivative of y = 7 x4
a) 28x^2 b) -28x^2 c) 28x^3 d) -28x^3
Using Power rule. Find the derivative of y = 2 x^3 - 4 x^2 + 3 x - 5
a) 6x^2-8x+3 b) -6x^2-8x+3 c) 8x^2-8x+3 d) -8x^2-8x+3
Using Power rule. Find the derivative of y = x^2+x^3
a) -2x + 3x^2 b) 2x + 3x^2 c) 3x + 3x^2 d) -3x + 3x^2
Using Power rule. Find the derivative of y = v3 - v4
a) 3v^2 - 4v^3 b) -3v^2 - 4v^3 c) -4v^2 - 3v^3 d) 4v^2 - 3v^3
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