Derivatives of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions | Calculus Volume 1
Example 1. But what to do if we have products and powers, but don't have logarithm? Answer is to add logarithm, in other words take logarithm of both sides of function. Steps in Logarithmic Differentiation :. Example 2.
Without logarithmic differentiation we need to use product and quotient rules. The calculations will be very complex. Example 3.
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Differentiation of Functions
3.9: Derivatives of Ln, General Exponential & Log Functions; and Logarithmic Differentiation
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