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at the points (1,0) and (e,1/e) . Illustrate by graphing the

curve and its tangent lines.

i found that the derivative is 1-lnx/x^2

what do i do next? thanks

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at the points (1,0) and (e,1/e) . Illustrate by graphing the

curve and its tangent lines.

i found that the derivative is 1-lnx/x^2

what do i do next? thanks

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rock.freak667

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to get the gradient at any point 'x'. Just put that value of 'x' in the expression for 'dy/dx' and you will get the gradient of the tangent at that point.

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