Differentiate (w.r.t x ) I tried to solve it as follows:- Using chain rule my answer is:- Is it correct.? The actual answer is different.
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Originally Posted by vivek_master146 Is it correct.? The actual answer is different. You can simplify: . and your function is: not Fernando Revilla
Originally Posted by FernandoRevilla You can simplify: . and your function is: not Thanks for reply. The first line totally went over my head. How did you derive . One more thing:- Sorry for simple questions. I am directly studying graduation level maths without studying higher secondary maths.
Originally Posted by vivek_master146 Thanks for reply. The first line totally went over my head. How did you derive . By definition of natural logarithm: One more thing:- The second one. Fernando Revilla
You really should learn the "laws of exponents" better before attempting calculus. , not , , and, since and ln(x) are "inverse" functions,
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