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Homework Help: Calculus

Posted by Angie on Saturday, September 22, 2012 at 10:45am.

I'm having problems with this one. Can't get the right answer.

Differentiate the following using the chain rule.

f(x) = squareroot(x^2+1)/(3x+1)
I know that I can take the whole thing and put it to the (1/2) and differentiate that then use the quotient rule to differentiate the inside, but when i try to factor I can't get stuck. with 3x^2+2x-3/(3x+1)^2

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