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Asamoah Samuel Sarpong

Differentiate this equation

 y=((x-2)/(x+4)) -0.5

Posted in Calculus, asked by Asamoah Samuel Sarpong, 6 years ago. 1705 hits.

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By applying chain rule, we get

dy/dx = -0.5 * ((x-2)/(x+4))-1.5  * ((6)/(x+4)2) (By applying division rule and d(xn)/dx = nxn-1 )

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