Differentiate: N = 400000 / (1 + e^-t) I completely forgot what formula to use :( Hints would be lovely :)

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Differentiate: N = 400000 / (1 + e^-t) I completely forgot what formula to use :( Hints would be lovely :)

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this is the question: |dw:1433144667371:dw|
with respect to t?
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quotient rule...
use power differential \(d(x^a)/dx=ax^{a-1})\) and chain rule
myko's is better
alrightiess... so then it would just be: -400000 / ( 1+ e^-t)^2 ?
dont forget chain rule
you've forgotten the chain rule
\(d(e^{-t})/dt=-e^{-t}\)
oh snap. *** sorry i meant: |dw:1433145087396:dw|
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