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Someone assist me here: x^5/((1-10x)(√(x^2 + 2))

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The question asks me to differentiate. The given expression. Sorry for not indicating that.
\[x^5/((1-10x)(√{x^2 + 2}\]

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DO u know how to differentiate the denominator (only)?
looks like a setup for logarithmic differentiation to me take the log use properties of the log to simplify a ton take the derivative multiply by the original function
Thanks satellite73. I had forgotten the idea of logarithmic differentiation. I'm happy you reminded me.
Thanks SandeepReddy. satellite73's idea is the one I like more. If I can recall, yours is 'The Quotient Rule'. Thanx ones again.

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