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posted by Olivia .
Find the derivative of the function.
G(y) =
(y − 1)3/
(y2 + 2y)7

Assuming you mean
G(y) = (y1)^3 / (y^2+2)^7
then just use the quotient rule to get
(y1)^2 (11y^214y6) / (y^2+2)^8
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