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Logarithmic Differentiation

Logarithmic Differentiation

Submitted by • June 25, 2012 math.tutorvista.com

The exponent in a power expression is defined as the logarithm of the expression to the base of the same power expression. For example, if y= an, n is the logarithm of y to the base a. A logarithmic function expresses the variable in terms of the logarithmic value of the variable. The rules of logarithm help us to modify the function to suit our needs.

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