Posted by **joe** on Wednesday, September 27, 2006 at 7:12pm.

derivative:

4/(1-2x^2)

Use the general formula for deriving fractions.

I remember a nmemonic like "lo di hi less hi di lo all over lo squared".

...or write it as 4*(1-2x^2)^(-1) and use the chain rule.

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