Trigonometry and Derivatives
06:46 - 08:30
1m 44s
In this video, the Crash Course expert, Shini, explains how trigonometry plays a role in derivatives. She displays the graphs of sin and cos and uses those to show how she arrived at the derivatives of each. She also defines the derivatives of each of the trigonomic measures (sin, cos, tan).


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