Logarithmic Differentiation Calculator

An online logarithmic differentiation calculator to differentiate a function by taking a log derivative.

Log Derivative Calculator


Rules for Specifying Input Function

1. Use ^ for representing power values.
    Eg: Write input x2 as x^2.

2. Use ^(1/2) for square root ,'*' for multiplication, '/' for division, '+' for addition, '-' for subtraction.
    Eg:1. Write input √x as x^(1/2)
         2. Write 5x as 5*x.
         3. Write x+5 as x+5.
         4. Write x2-5x as x^2-5*x.

3. Use paranthesis() while performing arithmetic operations.
    Eg:1. Write sinx+cosx+tanx as sin(x)+cos(x)+tan(x)
         2. Write secx*tanx as sec(x)*tan(x)
         3. Write tanx/sinx as tan(x)/sin(x)

4. Use inv to specify inverse and ln to specify natural log respectively
    Eg:1. Write sin-1x as asin(x)

5. Sample Inputs for Practice.
    Eg:1. Write (10x+2)+(x2) as 10*x+2+x^2.
         2. Write cos(x3) as cos(x^3).

6. Ensure that the input string is as per the rules specified above.

An online logarithmic differentiation calculator to differentiate a function by taking a log derivative.

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Use our free Logarithmic differentiation calculator to find the differentiation of the given function based on the logarithms. Logarithmic differentiation is a method used to differentiate functions by employing the logarithmic derivative of a function. It is particularly useful for functions where a variable is raised to a variable power and to differentiate the logarithm of a function rather than the function itself. In the logarithmic differentiation calculator enter a function to differentiate.
Logarithmic differentiation is differentiating algebraically complicated functions or functions for which the ordinary rules of differentiation do not apply.

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