Derivative of Trig Functions 1

Directions: Fill in the boxes below using the digits 1 to 9, at most one time each, to make as many possible solutions as you can.


What values of trig functions give “easy to work with” solutions?


One possible answer: 4sin(x) and f'(6pi/3)

Source: Chris Luzniak

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  1. This raised an interesting question – what effect would allowing the integers from -9 to 9 have on the number of solutions? It would allow use to repeat integers providing one was negative as well as the positive and negative solution sets

  2. Why isn’t 4sin(x) and f'(2pi/1) a solution?

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