Find an equation of the tangent line to the curve   y=sin(3x)+cos(2x) at the point(pi/6, y(pi/6)). Tangent line: y=  

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The slope of the tangent line is given by the derivative.







An equation of the tangent line at `x=pi/6` is `y=y'(pi/6)(x-pi/6)+y(pi/6)`

Answer: `y=-sqrt(3)(x-pi/6)+3/2`



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