f(x) = (10x^5 + 3x^4)/(2x^2) Is this possible to solve using the quotient rule?? Can someone kindly demonstrate?
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Originally Posted by thekiterunner f(x) = (10x^5 + 3x^4)/(2x^2) Is this possible to solve using the quotient rule?? Can someone kindly demonstrate? Sure, why not? , , Simplify the last expression and you're done.
You could also just divide through to get: After that, take the derivative to get:
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