$\displaystyle \ln xy = e^(x+y)$ find dy/dx

thats an e to the x+y also

I guess im not entirely sure how to go about solving this problem. Do I use the product rule for the $\displaystyle lnxy$

Thanks in Advance (Hi)

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- Jan 26th 2009, 02:06 PMBCHurricane89The Exponential Function (e) find dy/dx
$\displaystyle \ln xy = e^(x+y)$ find dy/dx

thats an e to the x+y also

I guess im not entirely sure how to go about solving this problem. Do I use the product rule for the $\displaystyle lnxy$

Thanks in Advance (Hi) - Jan 26th 2009, 02:24 PMChris L T521
- Jan 26th 2009, 02:57 PMBCHurricane89
Sweet, got it, thanks!