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    Smile How do you simplify this derivative of a logarithm?

    1/x (logx) + lnx(1/xln10) simplifies to 2lnx/xln10. How does this happen? Can someone please give me a full explanation? Thanks!
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    Re: How do you simplify this derivative of a logarithm?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheArtist View Post
    1/x (logx) + lnx(1/xln10) simplifies to 2lnx/xln10. How does this happen? Can someone please give me a full explanation? Thanks!
    Hint : \log x=\frac{\ln x}{\ln 10}
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    Re: How do you simplify this derivative of a logarithm?

    Awesome, I see it now. Thank you
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