find derivative of sec^2(x)+tan^2(x)?
- skippyLv 68 years agoFavorite Answer
Use the power rule.
Sec^2 x = 2 sec x * sec x tan x
Tan^2 x = 2 tan x * sec^2 x
2 sec^2 x tan x + 2 tan x sec^2 x
4 tan x sec^2 x
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