Can you help me understand how to differentiate involving logarithms? Please see the Q for an example...

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\[f(x) = x^2\log_{2} (x^2+1)\]

the log2 is best viewed as ln(x^2+1)/ln(2)

since 1/ln(2) is a constant, all thats left is to consider this as a usual ln(u) type issue

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