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CalculusQ&A LibrarytTthisSubmissionEnteredAnswer Preview2 cos() +2 cos(z) + 2 tan()(1 + cos(a))2cos(x)+2((cos(x)]A2)+2"tan(x)(1+cos(x)]*2)one of the answers above is NOT correct.the questions remains unanswered.2 sin(z)(1 point) Let f(z) = 1 + cos(x)Find the following:. f(2cosx+2cosxA2+2tanx) (1+cosx)h22.Note: You can earn partial credit on this problem.Submit AnswersPreview My AnswersYour score was recordedOoP2018here to searchQuestion

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