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    asap

    hey guys can anyone help me find the first and second derivatives of these four problems.

    f(x)= (-6x)/(x-2)^2

    f(x)=(x-1)(x+2)/(x+1)^2

    f(x)=(x+2)^4(4-3x)

    f(x)=x^3-6x^2+3x+10
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    Have you attempted them? The fourth is about as routine as they come.
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    I'll do this. I'll tell you what rule you have to apply, but it's up to YOU to attempt the question.

    1) Quotient rule
    2) Quotient and product rule
    3) Power and product and chain rule
    4) Power rule .

    You problems are far greater than anything i can help you with if you don't know what these terminologies mean or how to apply them.
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    hello

    yes i have attempted. There was way more to the question. For example finding the asy, x and y intercepts and then graphing it. I just wnated to know if whta i found for my der matches someone elses.
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    Well what did you find dude?
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