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The exponential function occurs very frequently in mathematical models of nature and society.

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11.71828 0.11.05171 0.011.00502 0.0011.00050 0.00011.00005 0.000011.00001 So, how to calculate the slope when you don’t know derivative?

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example: Differentiate the function example:

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take derivative of both sides take ln of both sides ?

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Differentiate y = ln(x 3 + 1). example: To use the Chain Rule, we let u = x 3 + 1. Then, y = ln u. example: Find:

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Differentiate example:

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If we first simplify the given function using the laws of logarithms, the differentiation becomes easier

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example: Thus, f ’(x) = 1/x for all x ≠ 0. The result is worth remembering:

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a logarithmic function with base a in terms of the natural logarithmic function: example:

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LOGARITHMIC DIFFERENTIATION 1.Take natural logarithms of both sides of an equation y = f(x) and simplify. 2. Differentiate implicitly with respect to x. 3. Solve the resulting equation for y’. example: differentiate Since we have an explicit expression for y, we can substitute and write If we hadn’t used logarithmic differentiation the resulting calculation would have been horrendous.

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example:

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