The question is find derivative of
f(x) = sin(2ln x)
So far, I've worked it out till here:
cos(2lnx)(2/x+lnx)
Is that correct? If so, how can I simplify it more?
I'm sorry. Math is not my best subject. So if I ask some pretty simple questions, excuse me.
Ok, so is the cos(2lnx) part right? And for the inside function 2lnx, I didn't really know what to do with the 2 there. I know that the derivative of lnx is 1/x, but since the 2 was there, I used the product rule...which I guess is wrong?