I'm a tutor in physics, but was asked this question: What is the derivative of sin(x)^ln(x), with respect to x?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm not sure how you would go about taking the derivative of a function raised to a function.

Is there a general for for d/dx ( f(x)^g(x) )?

I understand the answer involves a ln(sin(x)), according to Maple, and would love to see how you end up with g(f(x)).

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# Derivative of a function to a function

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