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find the derivative of 3x^4-5x+3/x^4+1

i know that the derivative of the numeratoor would be 12x^3-5 but i'm not sure if its right since it has a denominator i Know i need to do something to it but not sure if to simplify.

  • Calc. -

    You will have to use the quotient rule.

    If you don't know what that is ....
    you'll have some major catching up to do.

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    ok, i know what it is had forgotten we use that but its in my notes thanks!!!!

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