Posted by **Chelsea** on Sunday, March 23, 2008 at 5:55pm.

I have three questions I'm having a terrible time with:

1)Find, if possible, the absolute maximum value and where it occurs for f(x)=ln(xe^-x) on (0,infinity).

2)Find the value(s) of "c" guaranteed by the Mean Value Theorem for the function f(x)=ln(x^2) on the interval [1,e].

3)Find the derivative of the following function: h(x)=ln(((3x+1)(2)^1/2))((5x^2-4x)^-1)

Thank you!

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