Suppose that f(5) = -1, f'(5) = 2, g(5) = 5, g'(5)=-3 find (g/(f^2+g))' (5). I must be doing something wrong. Because my answer is way off. Or maybe it's because I'm not understanding the notation properly.
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Originally Posted by pewpew01 Suppose that f(5) = -1, f'(5) = 2, g(5) = 5, g'(5)=-3 find (g/(f^2+g))' (5). I must be doing something wrong. Because my answer is way off. Or maybe it's because I'm not understanding the notation properly. quotient rule and chain rule, correct? now sub in your given values and determine the derivative at 5
Oh... right. Chain rule and quotient. How could I forget about it. kk thanks.