Use logarithmic differentiation to find the derivative of the following function:y = (x^3 + 1/(sin^2(x) · (x^5− x^2)^7))^(1/4)
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Originally Posted by Sally_Math Use logarithmic differentiation to find the derivative of the following function:y = (x^3 + 1/(sin^2(x) · (x^5− x^2)^7))^(1/4) this more of an algebra drill than it is an exercise in derivatives. use the laws of logs to break down the expression ... now take the derivative ... finish up by multiplying both sides by y
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