For each function f(x) find f'(x) A) f(x) = log(1/2) x the 1/2 is subscript. I got the answer ln(x) / -ln(2). Is this correct i don't feel confident in it.
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Hello, Originally Posted by theflyingcow For each function f(x) find f'(x) A) f(x) = log(1/2) x the 1/2 is subscript. I got the answer ln(x) / -ln(2). Is this correct i don't feel confident in it. Not really ! What you got is another expression for f : Treat as a constant and then find the derivative ! MOOOOOOOOOOO
How do I treat it as a constant. What I have is how far I am with keeping up with the teacher
Originally Posted by theflyingcow How do I treat it as a constant. What I have is how far I am with keeping up with the teacher If a is a constant, then the derivative of is So what's the derivative of the logarithm ?
x / ln10 i believe
wrong mate the derivate of ln (x) is:
so where do i go (-1/ln(2)) * (1/x)
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