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Math Help - can you differentiate e^(x/(3+5x)) ?

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    can you differentiate e^(x/(3+5x)) ?

    i just looked at the function and wondered if it can be done.
    apparently ti 89 can do it
    but i cant do it
    can you please help me?
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    its e^(x/(3+5x)) times the derivative of (x/(3+5x))

    Use quotient rule to find the derivative of (x/(3+5x)).
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    thank you so much. how didnt i see that one haha
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