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# maths differentiation problem watch

1. differientiate y = t^2/2t-1
2. I haven't got any paper to actually try it but it might be easier to write it as t^2 (2t-1)^-1 and then use the product rule
3. (Original post by Abi1997)
differientiate y = t^2/2t-1
Use quotient rule
4. (Original post by Abi1997)
differientiate y = t^2/2t-1
Use the Quotient Rule
5. thanks guys for the quick reply
6. Or bring the 2t-1 up and have it as (2t-1)^-1 and use the product rule (not a big fan of the quotient rule).

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