I'm working out some problems, and I'm ending up with a term similar to the following:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

du/d(y/u)

I'm differentiating with respect to y/u. Both y and u are variables. How can I divide that up to represent differentiation with just one variable (Even if it means expanding the term)?

Is it mathematically possible to do that?

Thanks.

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# Differentiation Variable

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