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Find the derivative of the function.y = (lnx)       (x7)

Question

Find the derivative of the function.

y = (lnx)
       (x7)
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Step 1

Quotient rule of differentiation:

If a function f(x) is a quotient of u and v where both u and v are variables then the derivative of the f(x) is obtained by the formula given below:

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Step 2

Find the derivative (dy/dx):

The given function is y = ln (x) / x7.

The derivative of y is obtained as (1 -7ln(x))/(x8) from...

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