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Author: dr funda
Time: 11/17/06 15:57 PST
This is a reply to message no. 18168 by cessna
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DERIVATIVE OF SINE FUNCTION

Dear Dave,

Unless this is a trick question, the answers are (assuming A and w are constants):

First derivative: A*Sin(w*t) + A*w*t*Cos(w*t)

Second derivative: 2A*w*Cos(w*t) - A*w2*t*Sin(w*t)

These could be easily calculated by applying the chain rule.

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