This question is from a UNIVERSITY PAPER (just incase some of you ppl will ask why would you want to differentiate that) .... how would i go on about this... the answer is x^x(1+ln(x)) ??????? Thank you....
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Hi! Write as . Now differentiate using normal rules, with . Note that I used the product rule on
Last edited by CaptainBlack; August 29th 2009 at 02:48 AM. Reason: improve the LaTeX
Hello Khonics89! Originally Posted by Khonics89 This question is from a UNIVERSITY PAPER (just incase some of you ppl will ask why would you want to differentiate that) .... how would i go on about this... the answer is x^x(1+ln(x)) ??????? Thank you.... Hint: Do you know how to differentiate that? Yours Rapha Edit: Beaten to it by Twig.
Last edited by CaptainBlack; August 29th 2009 at 02:47 AM. Reason: Improve the LaTeX
ohh yes ofcourse hehe.. xD Thanks guys.. never knew we can write x^x as e^xln(x).... yeah all good thanks everyone
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