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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Differentiate ln(f/g)

7 years ago
OpenStudy (jamesj):

Note first that ln(f/g) = ln(f) - ln(g). Now you just need to know how to differentiate ln(u(x)); and you do that using the chain rule. This method of separating out the functions will work in your previous question as well: ln(fg) = ln(f) + ln(g).

7 years ago
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