Maths Differentiation

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Hi, please help! How do i do this?
differentiate (2ax^2 + bx)/(bx^3 - cx)

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    Treat the function as the ratio
    f(x) = u(x)/v(x)
    and use the formula for the derivative of the ratio of two functions

    df/dx = [v du/dx - u dv/dx ]/ v^2

    The rest is easy.

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