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    Hi mathematicians I need some help Integrating and differentiating trigonometric functions. Can someone explain the rules for me. Thank you
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    Hi mathematicians I need some help Integrating and differentiating trigonometric functions. Can someone explain the rules for me. Thank you
    +sin->+cos-> -sin-> -cos ->+sin etc when differentiating and opposite when integrating. others can be done using identities to turn them into cos and sin and then integrated by parts, or differentiated using product, quotient and chain rules.
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    +sin->+cos-> -sin-> -cos ->+sin etc when differentiating and opposite when integrating. others can be done using identities to turn them into cos and sin and then integrated by parts, or differentiated using product, quotient and chain rules.
    What if the are numbers in the front and with an x or a x^2.
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    What if the are numbers in the front and with an x or a x^2.
    product, chain and quotient rules apply just the same for trig functions as any other functions.
 
 
 
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