it's a differential equation.
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Let F_=e^ax,
answered Jan 24, 2014 by Jennifer A. Cascaño Level 12 User (101,220 points)
G_=COS^3x
answered Jan 24, 2014 by Jennifer A. Cascaño Level 12 User (101,220 points)
& H_=SIN^2x :
answered Jan 24, 2014 by Jennifer A. Cascaño Level 12 User (101,220 points)
Y'==(F•G•H)'
answered Jan 24, 2014 by Jennifer A. Cascaño Level 12 User (101,220 points)
=[F•(G•H)']
answered Jan 24, 2014 by Jennifer A. Cascaño Level 12 User (101,220 points)
=F'•(GH)+F•(GH)'
answered Jan 24, 2014 by Jennifer A. Cascaño Level 12 User (101,220 points)
→ Y'=F'GH+FG'H+FGH'
answered Jan 24, 2014 by Jennifer A. Cascaño Level 12 User (101,220 points)
F'=ae^ax,
answered Jan 24, 2014 by Jennifer A. Cascaño Level 12 User (101,220 points)
G'=-3SINX•COS^2X ,
answered Jan 24, 2014 by Jennifer A. Cascaño Level 12 User (101,220 points)
H'=2SINX•COSX
answered Jan 24, 2014 by Jennifer A. Cascaño Level 12 User (101,220 points)
Therefore: Y'=e^ax•SINX•COS^2X•(a SINX•COSX-3SIN^2X+2COS^2X)
answered Jan 24, 2014 by Jennifer A. Cascaño Level 12 User (101,220 points)
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