Y=(x+2)^(x+1) using logarithmic differentiation? Show all steps?

• Y=(x+2)^(x+1) using logarithmic differentiation? Show all steps?

Use the method of logarithmic differentiation ... Multiply all terms by y y ' = [ 2 / x - 1 ... Differentiate both sides with respect to x using the ...
Positive: 67 %
It's kind of hard to find the potential typo if all you write is "The 2 in problem 1 ... logarithmic differentiation. ... using implicit differentiation. ...
Positive: 64 %

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... while the derivative expression for implicit differentiation may involve BOTH x ... x 2 + xy + y 2 = 1 ... all points (x, y) on the graph of (x 2 ...
Positive: 67 %
... the derivative of $y=\sqrt{x(x-1)/(x-2)}$ ... correct..can you show me a hint? so \$\ln y= 0.5\ln[x(x-1)/ ... Using the Logarithmic Differentiation find ...
Positive: 62 %
The function has derivatives of all orders, ... y = (x 2 + 1)(x 3 + 3) ... When using implicit differentiation, ...