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`g(alpha) = 5sin(alpha)/3 - 2alpha` Use the rules of differentiation to find the derivative of the function.
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Given: `g(alpha)=5(sin(alpha)/3)-2alpha`
`g'(x)=(5/3)cos(alpha)-2`
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Given: `g(alpha)=5(sin(alpha)/3)-2alpha`
`g'(x)=(5/3)cos(alpha)-2`
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