Calculus
posted by Jinal .
can sumeone plz help me find the derivative of (2x^2  12x 2) / ((x^2 + x  2) ^ 2)
thx a lot
Use the following rule:
derivative of u(x)/v(x) =
[v du/dx  u dv/dx]/ v^2
In your case, du/dx = 4x  12;
dv/dx = 2 (x^2 + x 2)*(2x +1)
v^2 = (x^2 + x  2)^4
Put it all together
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