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Derivative Proof of cos(x)

Derivative proof of cos(x)

To get the derivative of cos, we can do the exact same thing we did with sin, but we will get an extra negative sign. Here is a different proof using Chain Rule

We know that

Take the derivative of both sides

Use Chain Rule

Substitute back in for u

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