A-Maths: How to Differentiate ln


Very often, differentiation of ln involves simplification first. By using ln rules, I was able to simplify the given question before I start differentiating.

So all students should know the ln rules well, which are very similar to logarithms rules.

I hope this step-by-step approach allows you to understand better on how to differentiate ln.

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