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Find the derivative? g(t)=(1+te^t)/(1+t)

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Did you try using the quotient rule and when doing it I am pretty sure that te^t stays the same
Try doing that and tell me if it is right do you have the answer?

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I have the quotient rule formula with me just wasn't sure how to apply it?
The te^t stays the same I get that part.
((te^t)(1+t)-(1)(te^t))/(1+t)^2
That is a starter then from there you would get 1/(1+t)
The formula is d/dx of a/b is ((a'*b)-(b'*a))/b^2
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Ok lol it makes sense, thanks.
No problem, now if only someone would help me on my question lol

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