# Math Help - find log derivative, then HA's

1. ## find log derivative, then HA's

Practicing on my logs..

The graph of $y= 6(8x^2)^x$ has 2 horrizontal assymptotes. Find equations for the both of them.

Trying to find the derivative..

$y= 6(8x^2)^x$

$6((8x^2)^xln(8x^2)*16x)$

is this right?

2. ## Re: find log derivative, then HA's

I got the derivative to be $3 \cdot 2^{3x+1}\cdot x^{2x} \cdot {\left\{ \ln{(8x^2)}+2\right\}}$.