`y = x^2 ln(2x)` Find y' and y''.
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Find y' and y''.
For the first derivative, use the product rule AB'+BA'.
Be warned that since we have a ln(2x) term, we will need to use chain rule, which is the derivative of the inner term 2x.
`y' = x^2* (1/(2x)) * 2 + ln(2x) *2x`
Simplify the above equation.
The first derivative is: `y'=x + 2xln(2x)`
To find the second derivative, we will...
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