Hey, I need help with the following problem: Differentiate the function: g(x)=ln(x*(x^2 - 1)^1/2) Thanks!
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Originally Posted by luckeyduck Hey, I need help with the following problem: Differentiate the function: g(x)=ln(x*(x^2 - 1)^1/2) Thanks! now this is doable by the chain rule. but it is easier to simplify first note that now you can differentiate each of those terms, right?
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