If y(x)=\sec u, then y' is Option 1:\frac{du}{dx}\tan u\sec u NS



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If y(x)=secu, then y

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Skilled2021-09-19Added 91 answers

There we have formula of differentiation of secx=secxtanx
so we have differentiation in term of "u" so first of all differentiation will be same but we have to differentiate "u" also
so, answer is secutan u du/dx(option 1)
Jeffrey Jordon

Jeffrey Jordon

Expert2022-02-01Added 2605 answers

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