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# Differntial Calculus problem

Find $$\frac{dy}{dx}$$ at $$x = -1$$, when $$(sin (y))^{sin\frac{\pi x}{2}} +\frac{\sqrt 3}{2} arcsec(2x) + 2^xtan(log_e (x+2)) = 0$$

Note by Mridul Sachdeva
4 years ago

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In the first term $$sin(y)$$ is raised to the power $$sin\frac{\pi x}{2}$$ · 4 years ago