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How do you find the derivative of this problem f(x) = ln(10(4x-15)^5(x-1)^2/3e^-7x)

How do you find the derivative of this problem

 f(x) = ln(10(4x-15)^5(x-1)^2/3e^-7x)

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2 comments
  • the problem is (x-1)^2/3. Is this gonna change the answer because I see you have 3e^-7x
    • RSU987
    • May 04, 2018 at 11:06pm
  • yes second term become then 2/[3(x-1)]
    • mathtutor1983
    • May 05, 2018 at 5:32am

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