The derivative of a quotient of functions is given by the following rule:
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I think you can manage from there
Hey there. I am working on a function problem with which I am having a hard time getting started on.
Differentiate the following function:
f(x) = 3x/x^2 + 4
Once I can get it to polynomial form I'll be good to go, but I'm a little stuck as it stands now. Could somebody give me a nudge to get me started? I think it has something to do with x^-n = 1/x^n.... Thanks.
Why dont you solve it this way then,
You can simply to
And this you probably seen before?
Or did I miss someting?... is that 4 suppose to be in the denominator? That "hint" you gave in your first post made me think that 4 is not in the term