# How do you use the quotient rule to differentiate #csc(t)/tan(t) #?

Quotient rule:

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To differentiate csc(t)/tan(t) using the quotient rule, you first identify the numerator and denominator. Then apply the quotient rule formula: (f'g - fg') / g^2. In this case, f(t) = csc(t) and g(t) = tan(t). Differentiate both f(t) and g(t) individually, then substitute into the quotient rule formula and simplify. The result is the derivative of csc(t)/tan(t).

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