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find y'. y = e^x / 1+x^2. use quotient rule.

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    remember 1/x is the same as 1*x^-1

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    Remember low(d(high)-high(d(low)) all over low^2

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    do the same thing just put the bottom in brackets and bring to the power of negative 1 then use chain rule

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    well product rule then chain rule

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    solved. thanks guys.

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    no problem

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