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why is it multiplied by 2, is it chain rule?
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why is it multiplied by 2, is it chain rule?
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Yes. cos0.5x can be seen as f(g(x)) where f(x)=cosx and g(x)=0.5x. You can always check the validity of the antiderivative by differentiating it and seeing if it matches the original.
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