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i have a problem understanding the following type of equation.

(n+x)/nth root of x

n being a fixed numerical value and x being the unknown

how would i differentiate such a problem

an example of this is:

(1+x)/4th root x

thank you

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# Differentiation of fractional and negative powers

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