the derivative of x^(-2x) is -2x^(-2x) (log(x)+1)
why is there that +1?

the derivative of x^(-2x) is -2x^(-2x) (log(x)+1)
why is there that +1?

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now factor out the 2 get
\[2(\ln(x)-1)\]

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