Derivatives of Natural Logs
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Hey Nathan! Do you know how to take the derivatives of Natural Logs?
Sure I can help you out later today if you meet me in the library!
Thanks for doing this Nathan, I need some help.
No problem Chad we all need help sometimes.
Put one over the argument then multiply that by all of that by the derivative of the argument.
What is the argument?
Oh okay that makes sense!
The argument is whatever you are taking the natural log of.
You do (1/3X)(3) to get 3/3X. Reduce it to get 1/X
Try taking the derivative of ln (3x)
That was actually really easy thanks!
Now you can do good on the test coming up!
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