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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

d/dx (x^6 lnx) find derivative and simplfy

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    product rule, so 1d2+2d1 x^6(1/x)+ lnx(6x^5) x^5+6x^5(lnx)

  2. anonymous
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    Thanks so much! i really struggle with derivatives.

  3. anonymous
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    derivatives can be very easy or very difficult depending on the complexity and algebra involved... for your purposes, they will probably be relatively straightforward, you just need to be comfortable with the chain rule and derivatives of common functions and you should be able to differentiate any function just by following the set of rules strictly...

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