## anonymous 4 years ago how do you find the derivatiove of a logarithmic function? example: Fine the derivative of g(x)= lnx^2

1. anonymous

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2. TuringTest

It is about using the chain rule here.$u(x)=x^2$$g(u)=\ln(u)\to g'(u)=\frac{1}{u}$$\frac{d}{dx}g(x)=g'(u)u'(x)$So just plug back in terms of x for g'(u) and u'(x).