First, change the base .
Since is just a constant, you need to differentiate .
If , then:
Differentiate both sides to get:
So your derivative is .
Do the same for the second one!
Hello, first year at university and a couple of odd looking functions are giving me a headache I have to derivate them so i can the value when x: 0.1,0.2,0.3, but my derivation so far has given me all the wrong answers and not the right ones
Anyone bother to take a look at them please?
and the other one:
Thanks in advance
Thanks for the fast reply, but i've never seen the ln^2, how is that imputted when i want to know the answer of 0.1? etc: 0.1 ln^2 0.1 , I just get a syn error on my calc ^^ any other way of typing it?So your derivative is .
managed to get the other one right by following your guidelines thanks