how do you do this problem? Find the derivative of f(t)=(ln9)t.
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Originally Posted by jojoferni244 how do you do this problem? Find the derivative of f(t)=(ln9)t. The way you have written it implies that $\displaystyle \ln(9)$ is being multiplied to t. Thus $\displaystyle f(t)=[\ln(9)]t\implies f'(t)=\ln(9)$ Do you mean to say that $\displaystyle f(t)=\ln(9t)$? --Chris
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