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Find the derivative of [tex]y=ln(cosh(2x^3))[/tex]

The attempt at a solution

is this the same as saying (1/(cosh(2x^3)) ?

The correct answer is 6x^2 - ((12x^2)/(e^4x^3 + 1))...... how do you derive this?

I am really stuck on this question I didn't learn about hyperbolic functions in Calc 1 and now my Calc 2 teacher expects me to know it. Any help is greatly appreciated!!

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# Homework Help: Hyperbolic Functions

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