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Derivative of sin ( x+a)
 


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Here (x+a)' means derivative of (x+a), usual notation, just remembering. (sin(x+a))' =cos(x+a)*(x+a)' =cos(x+a)*((a)'+(x)') =cos(x+a)*((x)'+0) =(0+1)*cos(x+a) =1*cos(x+a) =cos(x+a)

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