# What is the derivative of #sec^-3(x)#?

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Given function:

Now, differentiating above equation w.r.t. on both the sides by using chain rule as follows

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The derivative of ( \sec^{-3}(x) ) is ( -3\sec^{-4}(x)\sec(x)\tan(x) ).

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