Hey, I was just wondering if anyone could walk me through how to find the derivative of I think that the beginning of the solution should look something like this , but I am not sure. Thank you for your help.
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Originally Posted by Chris22 Hey, I was just wondering if anyone could walk me through how to find the derivative of I think that the beginning of the solution should look something like this , but I am not sure. Thank you for your help. Recall that
Originally Posted by Chris22 Hey, I was just wondering if anyone could walk me through how to find the derivative of I think that the beginning of the solution should look something like this , but I am not sure. Thank you for your help. All that's left now is to simplify (if you are required to do so). Just move 2y to the other side and substitute y with what it equals. In your case Edit: Yeah, above post is correct. You forgot to take the derivative of the inside of ln. Otherwise it's good.
Thanks for the help, but I just looked at the answers my teacher gave me and the answer it says there is . I don't know how he got that answer. Do either of you know what I am doing wrong? Thanks again for your guys' help.
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