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1. How do I differentiate ln(x^3√(6x-1))

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2. Remember that d/dx ln(f(x)) = f '(x)/f(x)
So just write a fraction with the function inside the ln function on the denominator and write its derivative as the numerator
3. (Original post by Julliette)
How do I differentiate ln(x^3√(6x-1))

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Chain rule for the overall thing and product rule for differentiating the inside of the logarithm. That is, letting we have that

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5. (Original post by Julliette)
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