how do i do this find the derivative of this funtion. y= ln (ln(tanx)) derive the following properties of log x: a how do i do this ? log U/v = log u-log v a a a (the a's are the littlle number/letter at the bottom of log)
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Originally Posted by arsenal12345 how do i do this find the derivative of this funtion. y= ln (ln(tanx)) derive the following properties of log x: a how do i do this ? log U/v = log u-log v a a a (the a's are the littlle number/letter at the bottom of log) You should use the chain rule. In this case, since you have a composition of another composition, you'll need to use the chain rule twice. So where and .
Originally Posted by Prove It You should use the chain rule. In this case, since you have a composition of another composition, you'll need to use the chain rule twice. So where and . what about the question below that ?
Originally Posted by arsenal12345 what about the question below that ? You're welcome ><
Originally Posted by Prove It You're welcome >< sorry please accept my apologies for my lack of manners
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