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April 17, 2014

Posted by **Confused** on Wednesday, February 21, 2007 at 2:33am.

Find the derivative using the chain rule.

f(x)= ((3x-7)/(6x+3))^4

Thanks a lot!

(68/(12x^2+12x+3))*[(3x-7)/(6x+3)]^3

you should double check the answer

multiply 4((3x-7)/(6x+3))^3 by the derivative of (3x-7)/(6x+3), which you can find using the quotient rule

that was so right!! thank you so much, i really appreciate all your help!

Yes, the quotent rule is the way to go. You previously asked to use the chain rule, a onerous, tiresome way.

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