How would i differentiate this

im trying to do it right now but im getting alot

of fractions

i think i got it does it look something like this

(1/lnx^2) (2/x)

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- October 13th 2008, 12:27 AMjohn doeLogarithmic Differentiation
How would i differentiate this

im trying to do it right now but im getting alot

of fractions

i think i got it does it look something like this

(1/lnx^2) (2/x) - October 13th 2008, 12:54 AMOpalg
Your answer is correct.

You could have made life a bit easier for yourself by using properties of logarithms. In fact, , so . Then when you differentiate, the first term is constant, so it disappears and you only have to deal with the second term. - October 13th 2008, 02:18 AMJasoniumanswer
Isn't it 1/(xlnx) ?

- October 13th 2008, 02:53 AMmr fantastic
- October 13th 2008, 02:56 AMmr fantastic