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Find the derivative of the given function. Simplify and express the answer using positive exponents only.
y= ((9x^2-4)^3/7x^2+4)

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    y= uv^-1

    y'= u'/v -uv'/v^2

    where u=(9x^2-4)^3
    u'=3 (9x^2-4)^2 (18x)

    v=(7x^2+4)
    v'=14x

    Have fun with the algebra simplifying it.

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