## anonymous one year ago $y=\frac{ 1+3x }{ x^2+1 }$ Find y'.

1. shreenithaa

can you have the y's solution not be a number solution

2. anonymous

hint: quotient rule

3. anonymous

Uhm what are you talking about @shreenithaa ?

4. anonymous

Thanks @jdoe0001 !

5. anonymous

I'm doing it now. Can you check if I did it right?

6. anonymous

recall that, the derivative of a constant, is just 0

7. anonymous

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8. anonymous

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9. anonymous

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10. shreenithaa

nevermind im just confusing everyone..

11. anonymous

Is that it? I'm kinda stuck here.

12. anonymous

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13. anonymous

Thanks! :))

14. anonymous

yes,, I don't think you can simplify it further