ammu123
Find the derivative of y with respect to x,t or theta as appropriate.
(a) y= ln(x)/x^6
(b) y= ln((1x)/(x+5)^3)



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AravindG
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(a) use quotient rule

ammu123
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what do you do after that

AravindG
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simplify if needed

ammu123
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thanks

AravindG
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yw :)

ammu123
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i got (x^6(ln)  ln(x) (6x^5))/x^12
the answer is 16ln(x)/x^7
im stuck with simplifying

mathsmind
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i would always change those equations into product rule

mathsmind
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\[y = \ln(x).x^{6}\]

mathsmind
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\[=x^{1}x^{6}6x^{7}\ln(x)\]

mathsmind
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\[=x^{7}6x^{7}\ln(x)=x^{7}(16\ln(x))\]

mathsmind
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as for the 2nd problem the answer would be

mathsmind
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=[1/(1x)(x+5)^3] [3ln(1x)/(x+5)^4]

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thank you