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1. Given that y= x^x for x > 0,
show that f ''(x) = (x^x)[(1 + ln(x))^2] + x^(x-1)

I can get to f '(x) = (x^x)(1+ln(x)) but the how do i differentiate that again?
Thanks
2. (Original post by JartX)
Given that y= x^x for x > 0,
show that f ''(x) = (x^x)[(1 + ln(x))^2] + x^(x-1)

I can get to f '(x) = (x^x)(1+ln(x)) but the how do i differentiate that again?
Thanks
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