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Find the equations of the tangent lines to the curve y=lnx/x at the points (a) (1,0) and (b) (e,1/e)

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  1. jaersyn
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    the tangent line is just the derivative right?

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    The derivative of the curve?

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    |dw:1352949821885:dw|

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    for point (1, 0) find y'(1)

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    that gives you the slope of the tangent line

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    |dw:1352950005259:dw|

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    y - 0 = 1(x - 1) >>> y = x - 1

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    I think.. that's for part (a)

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    :) yes that is right!

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