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    Trigonometric Differentiation

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    G(x) = (4-cos3x)/(x^2)

    Could you please include steps so that I may learn to do it myself? Thanks.

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    What I see here is G(x)= 4-cos3x/x^2, but I suspect that x^2 is also the denom if 4 i.e. G(x)= (4-cos3x)/x^2. Therefore, I explain them both:
    First consider:
    G(x)= 4-cos3x/x^2
    The derivitive of the first term ...

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