#### Table of Contents

#### Introduction

This posts shows how cosine and sine are related through their derivatives using Euler’s formula. I recall being presented with the derivative of sine and cosine in high school calculus and being asked to accept it on faith. But now I can show you the derivation in simple terms. Enjoy!

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#### Derivative of Sine

#### Derivative of Cosine

#### Takeaway

Much can be done with Euler’s formula, and this is one case of how it can be used to relate sine and cosine through their derivatives. Without Euler’s formula the derivatives can be much, much harder.

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