f(x)= ln(5x^4-x)
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Originally Posted by av8or91 f(x)= ln(5x^4-x) Use the chain rule In your case which s pretty simple to differentiate
Originally Posted by av8or91 f(x)= ln(5x^4-x) The derivative of is . So what do you think?
oh ok I see it now I think. So its just the derivative of the top/ original function on the bottom. 20x^3-1 5x^4-x
Originally Posted by av8or91 oh ok I see it now I think. So its just the derivative of the top/ original function on the bottom. 20x^3-1 5x^4-x Aside from the syntax then yes
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