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1. How would you differentiate this: http://img28.imageshack.us/img28/3083/diffo.png

What methods are there and which is best suited to this?

Thank you!
2. Chain rule, let u = (x+1)/2
3. The derivative of Ln(x) and the chain rule?
4. (Original post by themagicpiano)
How would you differentiate this: http://img28.imageshack.us/img28/3083/diffo.png

What methods are there and which is best suited to this?

Thank you!
Remember that

5. I give up, latex is too complicated for me.
6. (Original post by wizz_kid)
Remember that
This (though now fixed :P ).

Also, Ewan that sig is awesome lol.
7. (Original post by wizz_kid)
Remember that
(Original post by StephenNeill)
This (though now fixed :P ).
The only thing wrong with the original was a missing bracket. There's absolutely nothing wrong with writing , for example.
8. (Original post by EEngWillow)
The only thing wrong with the original was a missing bracket.
Actually there are two brackets missing. And that's all I was correcting.
I did not mean to imply the small cosmetic shift to suit my own aesthetic disposition was a mathetmatical "correction".
9. (Original post by StephenNeill)
This (though now fixed :P ).

Also, Ewan that sig is awesome lol.
I love it when you talk dirty
10. (Original post by StephenNeill)
Actually there are two brackets missing. And that's all I was correcting.
I did not mean to imply the small cosmetic shift to suit my own aesthetic disposition was a mathetmatical "correction".
Ah sorry, my mistake! Feel like a bit of a **** now :P

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