## What is the derivative of tan2x?

2 sec2

The derivative of tan 2x is 2 sec2 (2x).

**What is derivative of a tangent?**

The derivative of tangent is secant squared and the derivative of cotangent is negative cosecant squared.

**What is the derivative of cos 2x?**

Answer: The Derivative of y = cos 2x is − 2 sin 2 x.

### What is the derivative of cot2x?

Using the chain rule to find the derivative of cot(2x)

cot2x | ► Derivative of cot2x = -2csc2(2x) |
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cot 2 x | ► Derivative of cot 2 x = -2csc2(2x) |

cot 2x | ► Derivative of cot 2x = -2csc2(2x) |

cot (2x) | ► Derivative of cot (2x) = -2csc2(2x) |

**Is a tangent line the derivative?**

A tangent line is a straight line that touches a function at only one point. (See above.) The tangent line represents the instantaneous rate of change of the function at that one point. The slope of the tangent line at a point on the function is equal to the derivative of the function at the same point (See below.)

**What is the first derivative of Cos 2x?**

Answer: The Derivative of y = cos 2x is − 2 sin 2 x Since cos 2x is a composition of two functions which are cosine function and 2x.

## What is the differentiation of sin 3x?

So, for sin(3x) , the derivative the sin(x) , the outside function, is cos(x) .

**What is the formula for csc?**

Based on the definitions, various simple relationships exist among the functions. For example, csc A = 1/sin A, sec A = 1/cos A, cot A = 1/tan A, and tan A = sin A/cos A.

**What is the formula for the formula of tan2x?**

tan (2x) is a double-angle trigonometric identity which takes the form of the ratio of sin (2x) to cos (2x).

### How to calculate the second derivative of Tan ^ 2x?

The Second Derivative Of tan^2x To calculate the second derivative of a function, differentiate the first derivative. From above, we found that the first derivative of tan^2x = 2tan (x)sec 2 (x). So to find the second derivative of tan^2x, we need to differentiate 2tan (x)sec 2 (x).

**Which is the odd function tan ( x ) or tan ( 2x )?**

The feedback you provide will help us show you more relevant content in the future. tan (x) is an odd function which is symmetric about its origin. tan (2x) is a double-angle trigonometric identity which takes the form of the ratio of sin (2x) to cos (2x). So tan (2x)= 2tanx/1-tanx.tanx

**How is d dx Tan ( 2x ) related to the chain rule?**

d dx (tan(2x)) will simply be sec2(2x) ⋅ d dx (2x) according to the chain rule. The first thing to realize is that we’re dealing with a composite function f(g(x)), where From the definition of tangent and an application of the Quotient Rule, we know that f'(x) = sec2x. We also know that g'(x) = 2.

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