how do you take the derivative of ? I used logarithmic differentiation and got: Doesn't seem to be correct, though..
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Have you tried checking your work in WolframAlpha? http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=differentiate+y%3D((x^2%2B7)/(x^2%2B8))^{1/7 Good luck!
Originally Posted by cdlegendary how do you take the derivative of ? I used logarithmic differentiation and got: Doesn't seem to be correct, though.. so . I cannot see any reason to have the "7" multiplied in the denominator of the first fraction.
i need to take the derivative of the above equation...none of the results seem to be working. and wolfram alpha gets a strange result, too.
Originally Posted by HallsofIvy so . I cannot see any reason to have the "7" multiplied in the denominator of the first fraction. Actually since That means . Therefore . Therefore .
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