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ammu123

  • 2 years ago

find the derivative of y with respect to x, t or theta as appropriate. y= ln(x)/x^6

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  1. DisplayError
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    \[y=(x^{-6})*\ln x\] Use the product rule (derivative with respect to x) \[y'=(x^{-6})*(\frac{1}{x})+(\ln x)*(-6x^{-7})\]

  2. ammu123
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    the answer is 1-7 ln(x)/ x^7 how can u get that?

  3. DisplayError
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    Simplify from what I typed and you should get the exact same answer. Remember that \[x^{-a} = \frac{1}{x^a}\]

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    thank you

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