# How do you find the derivative #1/(x^7 + 2)#?

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Thus:

Therefore we get that:

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I would not use the quotient rule. (There's no difference in the answer, but this is how I think about this differentiation.)

I would use the chain rule:

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To find the derivative of the function ( y = \frac{1}{x^7 + 2} ), you would apply the chain rule. The derivative can be calculated as follows:

( y' = \frac{-7x^6}{(x^7 + 2)^2} )

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