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How do u differentiate 2 + sin30 Wil the 2 become 0 in this case?

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$$\frac{d}{dx}\;[2+(sin30)x]=sin30 = 0.5$$

Melody  Apr 10, 2015
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Notice that sin 30 = 1/2......so  differentiating both things will result in "0"

 

  

CPhill  Apr 10, 2015
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what if it was 2 + sin 30x 

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$$\frac{d}{dx}\;[2+(sin30)x]=sin30 = 0.5$$

Melody  Apr 10, 2015
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>> what if it was d/dx( 2 + sin (30x))

= 30.cos(30x)  (Answer) 

 

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Badinage  Apr 10, 2015
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yes i though that was right 

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I like your treble cleffs Badinage.  Are you a musician?

Melody  Apr 10, 2015

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