#### Answer

$2xcos(x)-x^{2}sin(x)$

#### Work Step by Step

Use the product rule for differentiation, or $[uv]'=u'v+uv'$, the derivative equals $(x^{2})'cos(x)+x^{2}(cos(x))',$ or $2xcos(x)-x^{2}sin(x)$.

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$2xcos(x)-x^{2}sin(x)$

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