## Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Inverse trigonometric functions are functions that “reverse” the effect caused by the original trigonometric function. The derivatives of these functions … Read more

Inverse trigonometric functions are functions that “reverse” the effect caused by the original trigonometric function. The derivatives of these functions … Read more

Integrals of trigonometric functions are other trigonometric functions. For example, the integral of the cosine function is equal to the … Read more

The derivatives of trigonometric functions are other trigonometric functions. For example, the derivative of the sine function is equal to … Read more

The trigonometric identities can be proved by using other, simpler trigonometric identities. Then, we can use the simple identities to … Read more

Rate of change exercises are solved by finding the derivative of an equation with respect to the main variable. Generally, … Read more

The derivatives of parametric equations are found by deriving each equation with respect to t. Then, the chain rule is … Read more

Parametric equations are equations in which y is a function of x, but both x and y are defined in … Read more

Implicit functions can be differentiated by deriving each term of the function with respect to x. For this, the chain … Read more

The chain rule for integrals is an integration rule related to the chain rule for derivatives. This rule is used … Read more

There are four main types of partial fractions: denominator with linear factors, denominator with irreducible quadratic factor, denominator with a … Read more