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Find the derivative of (5/t^2-6/t^3)/(7/t+8/t^4)

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Find the derivative of (5/t^2-6/t^3)/(7/t+8/t^4)

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Step 1

we have to find derivative of given function

Step 2

we will use power rule and quotient rule

 

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Step 3

after applying rule and sim...

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