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Why is the derivative of y=x(ln10) equals to y'=In 10.



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hartnn
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because ln 10 is constant.
and constant can be taken out of a derivative.

hartnn
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like 'a'
y=ax, y' =a

ksaimouli
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Use product rule

hartnn
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product rule will be a longer way...

ksaimouli
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X(1/10)+ln10

Idealist
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Thanks, guys.

hartnn
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welcome ^_^