Calculus
posted by anonymous on .
why does ln(1/x)= 1/x ?

is that the derivative? if it is,
ln(1/x) can be written as:
ln (x^1) = ln(x)
since the derivative of ln (x) is 1/x, then
derivative of ln(x) = ln(1/x)= 1/x
hope this helps. 
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ln(1/x)= ln(1)ln(x)
ln(1))=0
ln(1)ln(x)=0ln(x)= ln(x)
ln(1/x)=ln(x)