Can someone give me the process to differentiate this (with respect to x)? ln(a^x)

Christopher Saunders 2022-10-17 Answered
How to differentiate ln ( a x )?
Can someone give me the process to differentiate this (with respect to x)?
ln ( a x )
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Marlene Welch
Answered 2022-10-18 Author has 23 answers
Since
ln ( a x ) = x ln a ,
you can see that this function is in fact linear in x. (Note that ln a is just some constant.) The derivative is therefore 1 ln a = ln a .
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