Ok we have 2 problems here....one is just a slightly harder than the other y=ln y=ln Please post steps!!! Thanks
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Remember: So for the first problem, , You should be able to do the second problem now.
Do I split the numerator and the denominator? So...
What you wrote is somewhat unclear. If the problem is: You'll need to invoke log differentiation AND the quotient rule: And you can just simplify from there.
Hmm my calculus professor has the answer as The only way I could figure out how to get that answer was to make the problem
Maybe the problem was instead of . Because like you said.
Originally Posted by redsoxfan325 Maybe the problem was instead of . Because like you said. You are correct. When I was first doing the problem I was using the quotient rule and I was getting the wrong answer So I put two and two together (pun intended) and I figured I had to split the numerator/denominator +rep to everyone for helping
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