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Category Archives: Natural Logarithm
1. We should recall the chain rule applied to gives us (1) where . So what? Well, if is some nightmarish function (e.g. ), then we have (2). Quite a quick way to compute nightmarish derivatives! Advertisements
So recall we introduced the natural logarithm. Integrals interpret the natural logarithm as , and we will explore that in this post.
1. So we introduced the Exponential function and considered the notion of inverse functions and their derivatives. But what is the inverse function for ?