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d/dx cosec(x) = - cosec(x) * cot(x) so the second derivative or d(d/dx)/dx cosec(x) = [- cosec(x) * d/dx cot(x)] + [ - d/dx cosec(x) * cot(x)] = [- cosec(x) * -cosec^2(x)] + [ - (- cosec(x) * cot(x)) * cot(x)] = cosec(x) * cosec^2(x) + cosec(x)*cot^2(x) = cosec(x) * [cosec^2(x) + cot^2(x)].

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