Hi The question i have is how to find the derivative of the following: 6+ z / z^3 , z not equal to 0. I have gone through using chain rule and product rule but still cannot get the correct answer. The answer is -18 - 2z / z^4. P.S
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Originally Posted by Paymemoney Hi The question i have is how to find the derivative of the following: 6+ z / z^3 , z not equal to 0. I have gone through using chain rule and product rule but still cannot get the correct answer. The answer is -18 - 2z / z^4. P.S Do you mean (6+ z)/ z^3, that is, ? Then note: . The quotient rule can also be used.
thanks i've got it now
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