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Using logarithmic differentiation find the derivative of f(x)=2x/x. I can't seem to figure this out.

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    You must have some kind of typo

    the expression 2x/x would simply be 2
    so f(x) = 2
    f'(x) = 0

    The way you typed it, it would be that simple.

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