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Y=(XSQUARE + 1
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XSQUARE - 1) CLOSE PARENTHESIS TO THE 3 POWER...

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    y = [(x^2+1) /(x^2-1) ]^3 ???
    what do you want, the derivative?
    if so

    dy/dx = 3[(x^2+1) /(x^2-1) ]^2 * { (x^2-1)2x -(x^2+1)2x}/ (x^2-1)^2

    etc, multiply out and simplify

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