There is a critical point of the function f(x)=(e^x)/(x^2+1) at.....

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\[f'(x)=(e ^{x}(2x)-(x ^{2}+1)e ^{x})/(x ^{2}+1)\]
find where that is 0
f'(1)=0

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Should quotient rule be used to differentiate? or Product rule and Chain rule together?
its quotient rule, i did it for you
remember d/dx of e^x is e^x so dont get confused
Should the denominator be (x^2+1)^2?
oh yes it should be, there you go i didn even pay attention when i did it
obviously you understand now so thats good
Yup, thank you!

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