So with the equation MU=ln(C1)+ln(160-1.1C1)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

the derivative is 1/C1 - 1.1/(160-1.1C1)

How does one solve and identify the derivative instead being seen and written as

2.2C1 = 160

What are the steps taken to get to the latter derivative. the second format was much easier to solve the final equation, but I am not sure how to 2.2C1 = 160 was found

Any help?

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# So with the equation MU=ln(C1)+ln(160-1.1C1) the derivative is

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