Derivative of arcsec(x) (or inverse sec(x) or arcsecant(x)) - Simple Intro and Proof

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In this video, I go over what the inverse secant function is and provide a simple proof of the derivative of it. If you ever encounter inverse sec(x) or inverse trigonometric functions in general then this video is a must watch.

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