Calculus
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If f(x)=8 ln(6x+3 ln (x)), find f'(x)

f ' (x) = 8((6 + 3/x)/(6x + 3lnx)
= 8(3)(2 + 1/x)/(3(2x+lnx))
= 8(2+1/x)/(2x+lnx)
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