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1. Hey guyz,
I need help in deriving the derivatives and integrals of cosecx,cotx and tanx and their inverses
2. What have you tried so far?

Also what can you say that each of those is equal to in terms of sinx and cosx?
3. you can use the quotient rule to differentiate 1/sinx etc
Hey guyz,
I need help in deriving the derivatives and integrals of cosecx,cotx and tanx and their inverses
Derivatives: Quotient rule for the last two. Chain rule for the first.

Integrals: observe that and make an appropriate sub, and the latter two require you to recall that .
5. (Original post by Kvothe the arcane)
Derivatives: Quotient rule for the last two. Chain rule for the first.

Integrals: observe that and make an appropriate sub, and the latter two require you to recall that .
Ohkay thank you man
6. (Original post by Kvothe the arcane)
Derivatives: Quotient rule for the last two. Chain rule for the first.

Integrals: observe that
7. (Original post by Zacken)

Edit: I see .

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