Calculus

Find out the partial derivative w.r.t 'x' and 'y' of

f (x,y) = log(y) x
Now,
log(y) x = ln x / ln y
Partial Diff w.r.t 'x' = 1/ x ln y

so can you find out what will be the partial derivatives w.r.t 'y'

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