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Product Rule & Integration by Parts
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Can we differentiate $e^{2x}( 2 \cos (3x) + 3 \sin (3x))$?
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Ref: R6530
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Differentiate with respect to
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\[e^{2x}\left( 2 \cos 3x + 3 \sin 3x \right).\]
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