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Are you wanting to simplify f'(x)?

they applied the chain rule, then factored, so the 3 in the denominator canceled.

oh, I think I figured it out
f(x)*d/dx g(x) + g(x) * d/dx f(x) is all over d^2 right

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no, for product rule, it's not over d^2

ok, got it. Thanks

(fg)' = f ' g + g' f