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March 26, 2015

March 26, 2015

Posted by **URGENT** on Sunday, May 6, 2007 at 2:06pm.

If you are studying the calculus of logarithms your question surprises me, since that is one of the most basic ones in that topic.

in general if y = ln("anything")

then y' = 1/"anything" * derivative of "anything"

just apply this rule and let me know what you got.

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