I expect this to be a simple question. However, I have never met this type of question before and have some doubts on differentiating such functions.. Differentiate
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Originally Posted by Punch I expect this to be a simple question. However, I have never met this type of question before and have some doubts on differentiating such functions.. Differentiate Yes, it is a simple question. First, it is a quotient so you need the quotient rule: . You will also need to know that if f(x)= ln(x) then f'(x)= 1/x and if g(x)= 2x+3, then g'= 2.
Hi, I understood everything except for f(x)= ln(x) then f'(x)= 1/x
Originally Posted by Punch Hi, I understood everything except for f(x)= ln(x) then f'(x)= 1/x here is a definition of the natural log function ... using the FTC ...
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