# Natural Log Differentiation

Differentiate $f(x) = \ln{6x^2}$

To differentiate a natural log like ln(6x^2), apply the chain rule: first find the derivative of the outer function, ln(u), which is 1/u, then multiply it by the derivative of the inner function, 6x^2. This gives the final derivative result.

Posted by Ashley Oliver a year ago

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