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    Derivatives involving logarithms

    How do I find the derivative of this function?

    http://img687.imageshack.us/img687/2183/mathfp7.png

    My main concern is with the logarithms, can i bring the 6 infront of logbase5 x?

    If you can solve it all, that would be nice.
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    The problem becomes
    x^2 + 6ln(x)/ln(5) + ln(sinx)/ln(7), where ln(x) is the log of x to the base e..
    ln(5) and ln(7) are constants.
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