### Video Transcript

Find the first derivative of the
function π¦ is equal to four π₯ squared plus five π₯ plus five all over four π₯
squared minus two π₯ plus three.

We can see that our function is a
rational function. Therefore, we can use the quotient
rule in order to find the derivative. The quotient rule tells us that π’
over π£ dash is equal to π£π’ dash minus π’π£ dash all over π£ squared. Where π’ is the numerator of our
function and π£ is the denominator. In our case, π’ is equal to four π₯
squared plus five π₯ plus five. And π£ is equal to four π₯ squared
minus two π₯ plus three. Now, we must find π’ prime and π£
prime. We do this by differentiating π’
and π£ with respect to π₯.

Since π’ and π£ are both polynomial
functions, we can find their derivatives by taking each term and multiplying the
term by the power of π₯. And then, decreasing the power of
π₯ by one. And doing this, we find that π’
prime is equal to eight π₯ plus five. And π£ prime is equal to eight π₯
minus two. Substituting these into our
formula, we find that the first derivative of π¦ or π¦ prime is equal to π£
multiplied by π’ prime minus π’ multiplied by π£ prime all over π£ squared. Now, the result here looks quite
daunting. However, we can still expand the
brackets and then simplify. This is what we obtain after
expanding the brackets in the numerator.

Our final step is to simplify the
numerator. Now, we have reached our
solution. Which is that the first derivative
of π¦ or π¦ prime is equal to negative 28π₯ squared minus 16π₯ plus 25 all over four
π₯ squared minus two π₯ plus three all squared.