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let the function ln(f(x)) is defined where f(x) exists for x>2 and k is fixed positive real number, prove that if d/dx (x.f(x))

let the function ln(f(x)) is defined where f(x) exists for x>2 and k is fixed positive real number, prove that if d/dx (x.f(x))

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