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Degree: Physics (Masters) - Oxford, New College University
I am a physics student at the university of Oxford. I've always loved Maths and Physics and am a passionate believer in Einstein's mantra: 'If you can't explain something simply, you don't understand it well enough'. So I will always endeavour to make a problem as simple and clear as possible!
I have had previous experience tutoring at my old school, where I helped year 12's with AS maths.
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This function is the product of the two functions 'x' and 'sin(x)'. Therefore we use the product rule, which says that the differential of a product of two functions is the differential of the first multiplied by the second, plus the differential of the second multiplied by the first:
d/dx(x*sin(x)) = (d/dx(x))*sin(x) + x*(d/dx(sin(x)))
= 1*sin(x) + x*cos(x)
= sin(x) + x*cos(x)see more