differentiate e^x^ln(x) u = x^ln(x) derivative e^u= e^u Now, how do i take derivative of x^ln(x) where a function is the power of another function?
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Originally Posted by justin016 sorry wrong title, i meant derivative differentiate e^x^ln(x) u = x^ln(x) derivative e^u= e^u Lets assume you mean: differentiate with respect to . OK so you put , then: So now we see what you are asking, so try CB
Originally Posted by justin016 sorry wrong title, i meant derivative differentiate e^x^ln(x) u = x^ln(x) derivative e^u= e^u Now, how do i take derivative of x^ln(x) where a function is the power of another function? if so ...
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