Differentiate, but do not simplify: ##f(x)=\frac{sin(x)-cos(x)}{sin(x)+cos(x)}##

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I'm not sure if my latex is correct, but the image is provided with my work, please let me know if it's right!
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Homework Statement:: I'm not sure if my latex is correct, but the image is provided with my work, please let me know if it's right!
Relevant Equations:: n/a

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It is correct, but the solution is also simple if you differentiate the original function.
By the way, start and finish your latex formula with double $:

$$f(x)=\frac{sin(x)-cos(x)}{sin(x)+cos(x)} $$
$$
f(x)=\frac{sin(x)-cos(x)}{sin(x)+cos(x)} $$
 
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