Find the derivative of h(x)+f(x)/(ln x)

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The derivative of `h(x) + f(x)/(ln x)` is determined using the quotient rule.

It is given by:

`h'(x) + (f'(x)*(ln x) - f(x)*(1/x))/(ln x)^2`

The required derivative of `h(x) + f(x)/(ln x)` is `h'(x) + (f'(x)*(ln x) - f(x)*(1/x))/(ln x)^2`

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