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Homework Statement
ln (2x^2 + 3)
Homework Equations
ln 2x^2 + ln 3
The Attempt at a Solution
(4x/2x^2) + (3/3)
(2x/x^2) + 1
I know this is a simple problem but what is the derivative of ln3? Is it 1 (3/3) or 0?
Can't you distribute the ln to get lna + lnb? I don't know what the derivative of ln3 is? Is it 3/3 or 0/3.example
[tex]\ln(x^2)[/tex]
differentiating
[tex]\frac{2x}{x^2}[/tex]
properties of logs
[tex]\ln(ab)=\ln(a)+\ln(b)[/tex]
i just updated my post, i clicked submit on accident while trying to preview.Can't you distribute the ln to get lna + lnb? I don't know what the derivative of ln3 is? Is it 3/3 or 0/3.