I am just learning how to do these problems. I have to find the derivative of y with respect to t for
y= ln (t^2)
Can someone explain the formula for doing a problem like this?
Hi KarlosK, so taking the derivative of a natural logarithmic function is simply . In your case your would be simply . By chain rule, after taking the derivative of the first function, theres is a function within a function which is the , so there for it becomes . Yet, yielding the final solution as .