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October 21, 2014

Homework Help: calc

Posted by APpreciate student on Saturday, October 2, 2010 at 4:44pm.

I am not sure how to approach this...I have to find the value of x that makes the derivate of f(x) equal to zero...here's what I have so far (is it correct?) and how is the problem finished?
Thank you very much!

f(x) = (1/x) + ln(x)
f'(X) = ln|x| + (1/x)
0 = ln|x| + (1/x)
how do I solve for x??
Thanks again :)

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