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Use the definition of the derivative to compute: d/dx x/(x+1)

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\[(\frac{ x+h }{ x+h+1 }-\frac{x}{x+h})*1/h\] I've plugged it into the equation, but can't seem to get anywhere with the algebra part
because its x+1 in 2nd term
the algebra part is very easy (x+h)(x+1) - x(x+h+1) simply turns out to be h

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ahh wow
that was actually it
think I need to figure out a way to focus better
thanks @hartnn
yes,welcome ^_^

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