Can anyone help find the derivatives of a given function? 1) y=(lnx)/(3x-1+x^2) Thank's
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To find the derivative of the function, we need to use the quotient rule. This means that the derivative is:
`y'={(1/x)(3x-1+x^2)-lnx(3+2x)}/(3x-1+x^2)^2` simplify numerator
`={3x-1+x^2-x(3+2x)lnx}/{x(3x-1+x^2)^2}`
The derivative is `{3x-1+x^2-x(3+2x)lnx}/{x(3x-1+x^2)^2}` .
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jakx789 | Student
Using the quotient rule,
we have :
[(1/x)(3x-1+x^2) - (lnx)(3+2x)] /(3x-1+x^2)^2
And then we clean this up:
[3-1/x + x - 3lnx -2xlnx]/(3x-1+x^2)^2
You could open the denominator but I think it's best if we leave it at this step.
Again, you could try further but it doesn't seem it would help.
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