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## Homework Statement

Find the derivative of:

y=x^3/2 *(3ln(x)-2)

## Homework Equations

as above

## The Attempt at a Solution

iam using product rule

dy/dx =[d/dx x^3/2]*(3ln(x)-2) + x^3/2 [d/dx(3ln(x)-2)]

how to solve ln differential ?

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Find the derivative of:

y=x^3/2 *(3ln(x)-2)

as above

iam using product rule

dy/dx =[d/dx x^3/2]*(3ln(x)-2) + x^3/2 [d/dx(3ln(x)-2)]

how to solve ln differential ?

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Thank u guys

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