Hi, this should be pretty easy for the helpers out there. Find the derivative of loge pi^x Thank you
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Originally Posted by slaypullingcat Hi, this should be pretty easy for the helpers out there. Find the derivative of loge pi^x By "loge" do you mean the natural logarithm In that case, use the chain rule, along with and
thats what I ment, sorry. Can you please expand. I'm trying to teach myself this stuff. Can you show me with my questions please.
Here it is, hopefully the extra e in the log is a mistype. d/dx (log (pi^x)) using log definition of power to move the x d/dx [x (log (pi) )] then taking derivative and answer is log(pi)
Originally Posted by slaypullingcat thats what I ment, sorry. Can you please expand. I'm trying to teach myself this stuff. Can you show me with my questions please. We use the chain rule: An even easier method is to rewrite and use the constant multiple rule.
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