For my math assignment I have to find the derivative of the function

f(x)=sin(x^3 / (cos(x^3)))

I know the first step is to apply the chain rule and split up the function into u(x) and v(x) but I always seem to have a hard time determining what u(x) and v(x) are.

I have used https://www.derivative-calculator.net/ which does help me understand a little but I still think it is hard.

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