How Do You Differentiate Ln(x^2 + 2)?thank You

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How do you differentiate ln(x^2 + 2)? thank you

 

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F(x) = ln(x^2 + 2) use the chainrule f ' (x) = 2x / [x^2 + 2] hope this helps

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Is the brackets around x^2 + 2 absolute values. Can youexplain. or when you are working with ln do you always use absolutevalues. Thank you much appreciated

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