Find the derivative of the given function: sin (3x + 5)
We can solve it using the chain rule.
Answer: The derivative of sin (3x + 5) is 3 cos (3x + 5)
Let see how we can solve this.
We have to differentiate sin (3x + 5)
y = sin (3x+5)
dy/dx = d[sin(3x+5)]/dx
= cos (3x+5) d(3x+5)/dx [ By chain rule]
= cos (3x+5) 
= 3 cos (3x+5)
Thus, the derivative of sin(3x+5) is 3 cos (3x+5).
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