Hey guys I'm having problems with derivatives if someone could explain the logx/lnx derivatives to me that would be great heres a few examples y = -2x^2(lnx)^4 or y = ln((x +1)/x)

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to start, do you know the derivative of \[\ln(x)\] ?

\[d/dx [ \ln (x) ] = 1/x\]

yes i just dont understand how it applies when you have things attached to x

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