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    deritive by limit process

    f(x) = 1/(x-1)

    as i solve this my main problem is with the simplifying algebra part.....i havent taken math in so long i just dont know what i should do first on certain parts as i work thru this... i ended up with the awnser m = -1 is this correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by maybnxtseasn View Post
    f(x) = 1/(x-1)

    as i solve this my main problem is with the simplifying algebra part.....i havent taken math in so long i just dont know what i should do first on certain parts as i work thru this... i ended up with the awnser m = -1 is this correct?
    No one can tell you whether your answer is correct if you don't tell us what the question was! I guess from your title that you want to find the derivative of this function but at what x?
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    asd

    the problem says find the derivative by the limit process...

    and gives me the equation f(x) = 1/(x-1)
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