y=x^(cosx) i thought the derivative was.... y'=ln(x)(x^cosx)(-sinx) where did i go wrong? thanks
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taking ln both side
never mind i got it. i was doing it way wrong lol.
Originally Posted by mybrohshi5 y=x^(cosx) i thought the derivative was.... y'=ln(x)(x^cosx)(-sinx) where did i go wrong? thanks Take the ln of both sides. Use implicit differentiation:
Originally Posted by ramiee2010 taking ln both side thats what i finally just did. i totally forgot about taking the natural log of both sides and differentiating haha. thanks for you help
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