I have a problem that I'm stuck on. In my calculus class we've only learned to take the derivative with respect to x, y, or time. The question is;(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

y = x^2 + x. The derivate of y with respect to 1/(1-x) is .. ? If someone could help me get started, specificallyhowto get started it'd be appreciated. Thanks.

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# Derivative with respect to something else

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