y=ln(2 + e^tan(x)). Give the domain of y and find dy/dx Thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by nubshat y=ln(2 + e^tan(x)). Give the domain of y and find dy/dx Thanks in advance The doman of the natural log is The exponential function is always non negative so this gives The domain of the natural logarithm is positive real numbers. so the domain must be all real numbers. Can you finish from here?
Yes thank you very much
Originally Posted by nubshat Yes thank you very much Don't forget that you still must exclude the "bad points" of
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