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1) what is the process to get the derivative of an equation that requires you to do first the chain rule and then the product/quotient rule, eg. sin(x^2(x+1))?

2) what is the process to get the derivative of an equation that requires you to do first the product/quotient rule and then the chain rule, eg. sin(e^x+1)(cos(x^2+1))?

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# Derivative of complex equation

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