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## What is the integral of ln 2x 1?

From the definition of the derivative using limits, the derivative of ln x2 **2 (1/x) 2/x as before.**

## What does ln 2x differentiate to?

The derivative of ln2x is equal to 1/x. We can determine the derivative of ln2x using the chain rule formula and logarithmic properties. The derivative of ln2x is equal to (2 ln x) / x.

## How do you differentiate 2x?

The derivative of 2x is equal to 2 as the formula for the derivative of a straight line function f(x) = ax + b is given by f'(x) = a, where a, b are real numbers. Differentiation of 2x is calculated using the formula d(ax+b)/dx = a.

## What does ln differentiate into?

In this lesson, we are going to see what is the derivative of ln x. We know that ln x is a natural logarithmic function. It means “ln” is nothing but “logarithm with base e”. i.e., **ln = logₑ**.

Derivative of ln x.

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What is the Derivative of ln x? |

3. | Derivative of ln x by Implicit Differentiation |

4. | FAQs on Derivative of ln x |