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how do you take the first derivative of y = 5x(x^2+1)/sqrt x+1

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Use the product rule and chain rule: Product Rule: \[f^{\prime}g+fg^{\prime}\] \[f =5x^{3}+5x\] \[g=(x+1)^{-1/2}\]

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