Posted by **courtney** on Friday, November 7, 2008 at 9:25pm.

Calculus Question:

Find the derivative of this function:

g(x)=ln(ln(x+1))+e^(x^(3/2)+(x/3))

Teacher didn't show how to do a problem like this and my book doesn't show anything like it either.

Any help with this will be greatly appreciated.

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