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swin2013 Group Title

find dy/dx

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    \[h(w) = w ^{3}\ln(20w)\]

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    |dw:1351471283371:dw|what rule should we use?

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    |dw:1351471516680:dw|

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    Since we have to derivative the y, aka function of x and we have to derivative w³ln(20w) in respect of x. Apparently there is no x variable. Since we have to derivative in respect of x, we have to treat w as constant and hence the answer is zero.

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    i know that the derivative for f is 3w^2 but i have problems deriving natural logs

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    natural logs are easy, the derivative of a natural log is 1/(whatever was in the brackets)

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    |dw:1351473354263:dw|

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    @micahwood50 I believe the question was posted ignoring notation...

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