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Differentiate the function.$y=\frac{\sin \theta}{2}+\frac{c}{\theta}$

$y^{\prime}=\cos (\theta) / 2-c(\theta)^{-2}$

Calculus 1 / AB

Chapter 2

DERIVATIVES

Section 3

Basic Differentiation Formulas

Derivatives

Differentiation

Applications of the Derivative

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before I take my derivative, I'm going to rewrite why, and I'm gonna put it as 1/2 sign of data Plus and this state of here, I'm gonna take him from the denominator and move him up to the numerator playing, making his exponents negative. Okay, Now I can go ahead and apply the power rule. No. The derivative of the sign of Fada is the Crow Sinus data. So this will be 1/2 co sign of data and applying the power rule here. I will get negative C fada to the negative too. And finally rewriting everything. This will be co sign of data over to minus C over data squared.

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