## What is the Integration of tan^2x | Integral of tan^2 x

The integration of tan^2x is equal to ∫tan2x dx = tan (x)-x. In this post, we will learn how to find the integral of tan square x. We will use the following two formulas: Integration of tan2x Question: What is the integration of tan2 x? That is, find ∫tan2 x dx. Answer: ∫tan2x dx = … Read more

## Cos3x Formula in terms of Cosx, Sinx [with Proof]

Cos3x formula in terms of cosx is as follows: 4cos3x-3cos x. In this post, we will also derive the cos3x formula in terms of sinx and give some examples. These formulas are very useful to solve trigonometric equations and simplify trigonometric expressions. Cos3x Formula Cos3x is the cosine function of a triple angle 3x. The … Read more

## Tan2x Formula in terms of Tanx, Sinx, Cosx [with Proof]

Tan2x formula in terms of tanx is as follows: $\dfrac{2\tan x}{1-\tan^2x}$. Here, we will also derive the tan2x formula in terms of sinx and cosx along with some examples. These formulas are very useful to solve trigonometric equations and simplify trigonometric expressions. Tan2x Formula Tan2x is the tangent function of a double angle 2x. The … Read more

## Derivative of x^n by First Principle, Power Rule

The derivative of xn is equal to nxn-1. The function xn is read as x to the power n. The derivative of x to the n is referred to as the power rule of derivatives. In this post, we will find the derivative of xn by the limit definition of derivatives and the power rule. … Read more

## Sin3x Formula in terms of sinx [with Proof]

Sin3x formula in terms of sinx is as follows: 3sinx – 4sin3x. The formula can be expressed as sine 3x = 3 sine x – 4 sine cube x. In this post, we will learn how to prove sin3x formula along with some examples. This is very useful in the area of Trigonometry to solve … Read more

## What is the Derivative of (sinx)^logx

In this blog post, we will find the derivative of sinxlogx, that is, sinx to the power logx, by the product rule of derivatives along with logarithmic differentiation. Let us recall the product rule of derivatives: The derivative of the product function f(x)g(x) is given as follows: $\dfrac{d}{dx}(f(x)g(x))$ $=f(x) g'(x) + f'(x) g(x)$ $\cdots (\star)$. … Read more

## Derivative of x^3/2: by First Principle, Power Rule

The derivative of x3/2 is equal to $\frac{3}{2} x^{1/2}$. In this blog post, we will find the derivative of x to the power 3/2 using the first principle and power rule. To find the derivative of $x^{\frac{3}{2}}$ using the limit definition, let us first recall the first principle of derivatives. The rule says that the … Read more

## Show that sin x is Continuous: Proof

In this post, we will show that the trigonometric function sinx is continuous for all values of x. Here, we will use the limit method as well as the epsilon-delta definition. Note that $\lim\limits_{x \to c} \sin x=\sin c$ and $\sin x$ is defined for all real numbers. Thus, we can say that the function … Read more