Someone plz help me, I need to find the derivative of Mo*V/C^2(1-(v^2/c^2))^3/2...Mo=mass of boject at rest, c=speed of light, v=speed

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Someone plz help me, I need to find the derivative of Mo*V/C^2(1-(v^2/c^2))^3/2...Mo=mass of boject at rest, c=speed of light, v=speed

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I'm trying to find the third derivative of Einstein's m(v) equation
How about the steps involved? I see that you use product rule to find the numerator, the product rule, chain rule, and quotient rule for denominator, then quotient rule for the whole thing...talk about a mess
Please see the attached. The derivative was obtained using the product rule.
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