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OpenStudy (anonymous):

I have no idea how to get the derivative for: ln(2X-1/X-1)=t any suggestions?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

First, think of the t as just a different name for y. Then take the d/dx of both sides. The right side will become dt/dx, which is no different than dy/dx. The left side just requires a little chain rule.

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