f(x)=ln[(squareroot(x^2+1)) / (x(2x^3-1)^2)] Quotient Rule is where im starting off at but i can't get past that. Need help on this problem.Thanks.
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Originally Posted by PMoNEY23 f(x)=ln[(squareroot(x^2+1)) / (x(2x^3-1)^2)] Quotient Rule is where im starting off at but i can't get past that. Need help on this problem.Thanks. It would be neater if you use laws of logs and split the expression into: Then apply what you know of derivatives of logarithms and chain rule.
Remember that . For example (here's the first one!) . All you need to do now is repeat this process for each of the other ones.
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