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2/(x lnx^2) = 1 / (x ln x)

That is the answer in the back of my textbook. I have reached 2 ( x ln x^2) , but I do not know why it is = to 1 / ( x ln x )

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3. The attempt at a solution

I tried to look into precal book to see if I could find information on this "ln simplify process" but I can't find it. I didn't have proper math classes so I am missing a lot of math stuff that people who take calculus should know :/ Please advice. Thank you.

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# Homework Help: Why is 2/(x lnx^2) = 1 / (x ln x) ?

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