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1. Hi all

As per my screenshot, how do I differentiate from fx to fxx?

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3. (Original post by Texcoco95)
Hi all

As per my screenshot, how do I differentiate from fx to fxx?

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Looks like the quotient rule.
4. (Original post by Texcoco95)
Hi all

As per my screenshot, how do I differentiate from fx to fxx?

Use the quotient rule and keep in mind that .
5. (Original post by Zacken)
Use the quotient rule and keep in mind that .
how do u square a eqn like this

and how to diffrentiate f(3x) with respect to x ???
6. (Original post by Duke Glacia)
how do u square a eqn like this

and how to diffrentiate f(3x) with respect to x ???
Is this related to the thread?

The first bit isn't an equation...?

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7. (Original post by Zacken)
Use the quotient rule and keep in mind that .
It should be
8. (Original post by poorform)
It should be
Whoops! Meant to do . Thanks!
9. (Original post by Zacken)
Whoops! Meant to do . Thanks!
yeah I always copy over latex and forget to change little things haaaa. Just making it clear to the op who may not have spotted it

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