hi guys, im new to forums and need help cause im doing engineering 1st year, and im horrible at maths and chemistry (bad match )(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

equation is simple,

x^2 Log x = 1,

i have no idea wat to do with the 1

i turned it into x^2 log x -1 = 0 and then used y'=uv' + vu' and got:

x log(x-1)

but i dont think its right because when i use newtons method it comes out messed up.

any help would be appreciated.

thanks

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# Simple but i cant get it? Log derivative

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