## Calculus Tutorial

*Differentiating trigonometric function*

#### Sample Problem

#### Solution

Let y=sin(4x-π/3)

dy/dx=cos(4x-π/3).4 differentiate

dy/dx at (x=π/6) =cos(4.π/6-π/3).4 substituting

=4.cos(2π/3-π/3) simplify

=4.cos(π/3)

=4.1/2

=2

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