calc
posted by quita .
differentiate
y=ln(x^5e^x)
Please show the steps in solving
change it to y=ln u
dy/dx= dy/du * du/dx
and of course, dy/du= 1/u
I will be happy to critique your work.
1/4x * 4/4x = 4/x
Is this correct?
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