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use the quotient rule to differentiate the following function f(x)=(1+In(x))/(x)

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    dy/dx = [1/x - (1+ln(x)]/ x^2

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    Sorry I missed a ')'

    dy/dx = [1/x - (1+ln(x))]/ x^2

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