Posted by **Evan** on Sunday, April 29, 2007 at 4:40pm.

q=(100/p+1)^2 - 1

what is q'?

use the chain rule:

q' = 2(100/p+1)(-100/(p^2))

i got

q' = 2(100/(p+1))(-100(p+1)^-2

=-2000/(p+1)^3

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