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    [SOLVED] Derivative of log.

    f(x)= \ln{(5x^2+3x-6)}

    is this right?
    f'(x) = \frac{1}{5x^2+3x-6)}\cdot(10x+3)

    which is  \frac{10x+3}{5x^2+3x-6}
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    Hey,

    Quote Originally Posted by el123 View Post
    f(x)= \ln{(5x^2+3x-6)}

    is this right?
    f'(x) = \frac{1}{5x^2+3x-6)}\cdot(10x+3)

    which is  \frac{10x+3}{5x^2+3x-6}
    yes, that is correct.
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