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Ephilo

  • 2 years ago

, find the derivative. 1) y=1n(1+e^x/1-e^x) 2)y=1ne^x

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    Both equal zero. Your teacher has assigned an exercise to point out the relationship between natural logarithms and exponents. Look into standard logarithms, for example to the base 10, and see how it works out, e.g log_10(100) = 2 because 10^2 = 100. Ln is a natural logarithm, which is to the base e instead of 10, so naturally they would cancel out, no pun intended.

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    @Iamgmg90 thanks!(:

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