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Derive the following.

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\[(\frac{ y+1 }{ y-1 })^-17\]
That's to the power of -17
\[(y+1)^{-17} * (y-1)^{17}\]

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yeah i guess you can rephrase it that way?
Now i guess we'll use the product rule?
Dang! Why not apply the quotient rule? D:
you would get 1/ something
One more mistake. \[(\frac{y+1}{y-1})^{-17} \to (\frac{y-1}{y+1} )^{17}\]
yeah i had that in the beginning lol
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Lol. I didn't see it before.
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a lot of work, but thanks saif! :)
So do you understand it or just gonna copy down the working? Jk.
no i actually got it haha. i was just confused as to how to start it...like there's another problem that involves chain rule and product rule, but i'm not sure which one to use first lol
Haha. ;) Practice makes a man pefect. ;D
lol yes it does haha thanks again

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