Differentiate the function f(s) = ln(ln(6*s))

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The function `f(s)=ln(ln(6*s))` has to be differentiated. Using the chain rule the derivative:

f'(s) = `(1/ln(6*s))*(1/(6*s))*6`

The derivative of `f(s)=ln(ln(6*s))` is `(1/ln(6*s))*(1/s)`

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