All!

Please, how do I get f'(x) and f''(x) if I have f(x)=x/(x^lnx)?

Many thanks!

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## Re: x/x^2lnx

Hello, Boo!

You need Logarithmic Differentiation.

We have: .

Take logs: .

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Differentiate implicitly:

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Hence: . .

Now repeat the process to find the second derivative,