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Any calculus researchers interested in disproving this theorem with some simple integers?

Orion1 derivative integer factorial theorem:

[tex]\frac{d^n}{dx^n} (\ln x) = (-1)^{n + 1} \frac{(n - 1)!}{x^n}[/tex]

Is this theorem correct?

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# Derivative theorem

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