Differentiate the function: `y=(2/lnx)`

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The function to be differentiated is `y=2 /(ln x)`

`y=2 /(ln x)`

=> `2*(ln x)^-1`

=> `2*(-1)*(ln x)^-2*(1/x)`

The derivative of `y=2 /(ln x)` is `-2*(ln x)^-2*(1/x)`

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