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    derivative help

    This problem is probably easy but the letters(a,b,c and d) are throwing me off. Should I just solve it as if they were numbers or am I missing something?
    Here is the problem:
    k(x)=(ae^x+b)/(ce^x+d) Find k'(x).
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    Yes it looks like you are expected to treat a, b, c, and d as constants.
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    Solution found.
    Last edited by calculushelp; January 28th 2010 at 11:23 AM. Reason: problem solved
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