y = log 10 (x^2 + 6x) I'm confused how to proceed here. Can anyone provide a step by step solution?
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Originally Posted by Archduke01 y = log 10 (x^2 + 6x) I'm confused how to proceed here. Can anyone provide a step by step solution? Since log is of base 10, you can apply the formula Can you procede?
Originally Posted by Archduke01 y = log 10 (x^2 + 6x) I'm confused how to proceed here. Can anyone provide a step by step solution? The log is to that base 10 correct? I'll assume that you know Since is a constant, the derivative is Use the chain rule to obtain:
NOte that I had to edit my original post from an error. I hope I didn't throw you off.
Originally Posted by adkinsjr Since is a constant, the derivative is Thanks for the detailed steps, buddy. But if it weren't a constant, what would the derivative be?
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