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posted by victor.m .
calculate the derivative of x^5x+2/x^3+7

I will assume you meant
y = (x^5  x + 2)/(x^3 + 7)
use the quotient rule
dy/dx = [(x^3 + 7)(5x^4  1)  (x^5  x + 2)(3x^2 ]/(x^3+7)^2
I will leave the simplification up to you
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