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# Determine d/dx (3/1-5x)?

This is the same as 3(1-5x)^-1 So to differentiate, the 3 is multiplied by the -1 power (3x-1 is -3 ) and this is multiplied by -5 ( the differential of of 1-5x) to make 15 . Then the power (-1) is decreased by 1 to -2 So the answer is 15(1-5x)^-2 which is 15/((1-5x)^2)

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