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find the derivative of f(x)=(x-2*lnx)^4
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The function `f(x)=(x-2*lnx)^4` . The derivative f'(x) is determined using the chain rule.
`f'(x) = 4*(x - 2*ln x)^3*(1 - 2/x)`
The required derivative of `f(x)=(x-2*lnx)^4` is `f'(x) = 4*(x - 2*ln x)^3*(1 - 2/x)`
Posted by justaguide on June 14, 2012 at 4:25 AM (Answer #1)
[ 4(x-2lnx)^3 ] * [ (1-(2/x)) ]
Use chain rule.
Posted by xoria on June 14, 2012 at 4:26 AM (Answer #2)
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