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# Differentiate. (Assume k is a constant.). . y = 1 / (p + ke^p). . I tried using the quotient rule.... (f/g)' = (gf'

Differentiate. (Assume k is a constant.). . y = 1 / (p + ke^p). . I tried using the quotient rule.... (f/g)' = (gf' - fg') / g^2. . and ended up with . (1-pke^(p-1)) / (p+ke^p)^2. . which is apparentl**To simplify things, one could just use differentiation with exponents.y= 1/(p +ke^p)= (p + ke^p)^-1dp/dy = -1 - ke^p**...