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    Very simple derivative problem that i need help with

    Its pretty simple:
    If g(s)=(11s+3)/(s+1) find g'(s).
    Please help thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by jemadd2 View Post
    Its pretty simple:
    If g(s)=(11s+3)/(s+1) find g'(s).
    Please help thanks
    Have you tried using the quotient rule?

    Show your working and state where you get stuck.
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    Hello,

    g(s)=\frac{11s+3}{s+1}=\frac{11(s+1)-8}{s+1}=11-\frac{8}{s+1}

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