How do I find the derivative of y = ln(x) - 1 ln^2(x) ?? i tried so many ways... it never turns out right. according to the calculator anyway. thanks in advance!
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whats the ln^2 (x) is it ln(x^2) or (ln(x))^2 review ur log properties this ones pretty easy
Originally Posted by canonind How do I find the derivative of y = ln(x) - 1 ln^2(x) ?? i tried so many ways... it never turns out right. according to the calculator anyway. thanks in advance! Using the product rule. Then Simplify to: Understand?
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