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Aakash B.

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Find derivative of cosx at x=0

Using the formula, derivative of f at point a is denoted by f'(a), f'(a)=Lim(h→0) (f(a+h)-f(a)) /h

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Paul H. answered • 01/01/18

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The request was to use the first principle - the limit formula for the slope at a specific point.
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