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Homework Help: Calculus Help

Posted by Maho on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 10:47pm.

use logarithmic diff. to find the derivative of the function. Show steps please! so I can see how it is done. Thank you so much!

y=(e^(-x)cos^(2)(x))/(x^(2)+x+1)

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