# What is the derivative of #x^x^x#?

Since the rule:

then:

So the function to derive is:

And, if you want:

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The derivative of (x^{x^x}) with respect to (x) is (x^{x^x} \cdot (1 + \ln(x) + \ln(x) \cdot x^x)).

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