Is there any other method to solve this(below) without using the division formula
find
$\displaystyle
\frac{dy}{dx}
$
if
$\displaystyle
y=\frac {1 +{\sqrt{x}}}{1 -{\sqrt{x}}}
$
Is there any other method to solve this(below) without using the division formula
find
$\displaystyle
\frac{dy}{dx}
$
if
$\displaystyle
y=\frac {1 +{\sqrt{x}}}{1 -{\sqrt{x}}}
$
Perhaps multiply above and below by $\displaystyle {1 +{\sqrt{x}}}$ and simplify?
Or use the product rule with $\displaystyle ({1 - \sqrt{x}})^{-1}$..
Had you a particular method in mind?