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# Derivatives and Extrema

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For the function f(x)=(x)/(x^2+9)

a) Find f'(x) using the appropriate rule and simplify to one expression with positive exponents.

b) Find all values of x, using algebra, where f'(x)=0 (Write your answer with positive exponents)

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