Q. 224.3( 11 Votes )

Find , when:

If y log x = (x — y), prove that .

Answer :

Let us differentiate the whole equation w.r.t x


Formula :


According to product rule of differentiation



Therefore ,






(Multiply by 1+log x on both sides)



(y log x = x - y)




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