How do you differentiate `ln2(1+x/2)?`

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How do you differentiate `ln2(1+x/2)?`

Postby barnamah » Tue 29 March, 2011 16:26

How do you differentiate `ln2(1+x/2)?`
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Re: How do you differentiate `ln2(1+x/2)?`

Postby Integr88 » Tue 29 March, 2011 16:30

I this is actually `ln(2(1+x/2))` and if we look at the inside ln we have `2(1+x/2)=2+x`
so we can rewrite the equation as ln(2+x). to differentiate it, it is `1/(2+x) * 1=1/(2+x)`

`:.` the final answer is `1/(2+x)`
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