anonymous 3 years ago d/dx (3/4+x^2)

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1. hawkfalcon

$d/dx (3/4+x^2)$ 3/4 is a constant, goes away, you are left with x^2

2. hawkfalcon

$d/dx(x^2) = 2x$

3. hawkfalcon

Always multiply by the exponent and subtract one from it.

4. anonymous

I'm sorry I wrote it wrong!.. :/ 3/(4+x^2)

5. tkhunny

$$\dfrac{3}{4+x^{2}} = 3\cdot (4+x^{2})^{-1}$$ Let's see your best Chain Rule!