Derivative of the function using logs f(t)=e^2t_ln(t+1) and f(x)=ln(2x/x+1)
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Hello factory1o1 Originally Posted by factory1o1 Derivative of the function using logs f(t)=e^2t_ln(t+1) and f(x)=ln(2x/x+1) I assume you mean in which case, use the product rule to get: To differentiate the second function, use the properties of logs first: Grandad
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