Find the derivative of ln e^u/u the answer is 0 but I don't know how to get it lim h-> 0 square root of (25-h) -5/h The answer is 1/10 but I once again don't know how to do it.
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
If it's supposed to be 0 then you must mean by log rules y'=0
Originally Posted by Jameson If it's supposed to be 0 then you must mean by log rules y'=0 Thank you for the help, can you help me with the second problem?
If I'm reading it right it's Multiply the numerator and denominator by This comes out to be Now try the limit again.
Originally Posted by Jameson If I'm reading it right it's Multiply the numerator and denominator by This comes out to be Now try the limit again. it came out -1/10, but the answer is 1/10 did I do something wrong there?
No, I'm pretty sure the answer is negative. I just checked the limit on a calculator and it confirms it's -1/10.
View Tag Cloud