# What are the derivatives of logarithmic functions?

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Oct 21, 2014

The derivative of a logarithmic function is (1/the function)*derivative of the function.

For example,

Consider another example.

In the first example, the function was x. Thus, derivative of the log function was 1/the function *derivative of the function, i.e. ,

In the second example, the function was