Hi,

I was wondering how to get the derivative for the following function.

x*c^(x-1)

I'm a bit stuck with using log to get the derivative of the second part of the function to use the product rule. Any help would be great! :D

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- July 12th 2012, 08:43 PMvisserthreeDerivative of: x*c^(x-1)
Hi,

I was wondering how to get the derivative for the following function.

x*c^(x-1)

I'm a bit stuck with using log to get the derivative of the second part of the function to use the product rule. Any help would be great! :D - July 12th 2012, 10:02 PMpetersonteRe: Derivative of: x*c^(x-1)
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Math | Calculus |*Derivatives*| Table Of). Power of*x*.*c*= 0,*x*=*1*,*x*n = n x(n-1) Proof. Exponential / Logarithmic. e*x*= e*x*. Proof, b*x*= b*x*ln(b)