find the derivative g(x)= ln x^(3/4)/((3x+5)^5)
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Originally Posted by Sally_Math find the derivative g(x)= ln x^(3/4)/((3x+5)^5) what an ugly function ...
Originally Posted by skeeter what an ugly function ... thanks but is it the same for that the problem says ln((x^3/4)/(3x+5)^5) Is this problem the same as the above and thanks again
Originally Posted by Sally_Math thanks but is it the same for that the problem says ln((x^3/4)/(3x+5)^5) Is this problem the same as the above and thanks again you tell me ... is ?
Originally Posted by skeeter you tell me ... is ? yes it is the same but I just wanted to ask bcz my eqn is ln(the eq.)
Originally Posted by Sally_Math find the derivative g(x)= ln x^(3/4)/((3x+5)^5) ... yes it is the same but I just wanted to ask bcz my eqn is ln(the eq.) then you should have used brackets to indicate ln[your expression], like so ... g(x)= ln[x^(3/4)/((3x+5)^5)] or ... use the laws of logs to break up the expression into several logs, then find the derivative of each logarithmic term.
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