Mathematics

# Differentiate the following function with respect to x.$(2x^2-3)\sin x$.

##### ANSWER

$4x\sin x+(2x^2-3)\cos x$

##### SOLUTION
Given expression

$(2x^2-3)\sin x$

$\dfrac d{dx} ((2x^2-3)\sin x)$

$\dfrac d{dx}(2x^2-3)\sin x+2x^2-3\dfrac d{dx}(\sin x)$

$\implies 4x\sin x+(2x^2-3)\cos x$

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