Hi I am having trouble solving a couple of problems involving logarithmic differentiation. 1.Find if 2.If , find . 3.Let Determine the derivative at the point . 4. If , find . Any tips on how to do these? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by KK88 Hi I am having trouble solving a couple of problems involving logarithmic differentiation. 1.Find if 2.If , find . 3.Let Determine the derivative at the point . 4. If , find . Any tips on how to do these? Thanks. For the first question, use the chain rule by solving: where and differentiate.. For further assistance, show your work on this and the other problems on where you are getting stuck.
Originally Posted by KK88 Hi I am having trouble solving a couple of problems involving logarithmic differentiation. 1.Find if 2.If , find . 3.Let Determine the derivative at the point . 4. If , find . Any tips on how to do these? Thanks. 2: The first part of this is easy, but the derivative of is not, so let us go through that Thus, 3: For Bring y prime over to one side and factor it out, Sub in the point (1,0) to find the value. 4: is a repeat of 2
Originally Posted by KK88 Hi I am having trouble solving a couple of problems involving logarithmic differentiation. 1.Find if 2.If , find . 3.Let Determine the derivative at the point . 4. If , find . Any tips on how to do these? Thanks. Here is abother way to approach the first problem. Use your log rules to seperate the the experession. now just simplify
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