Suppose that http://webwork.asu.edu/webwork2_file...8892547241.png, where Find http://webwork.asu.edu/webwork2_file...4e90f0b0a1.png.

Does anyone know who to go about getting the second derivative from those two functions?

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- December 8th 2009, 09:12 AMmybrohshi5Second derivative
Suppose that http://webwork.asu.edu/webwork2_file...8892547241.png, where Find http://webwork.asu.edu/webwork2_file...4e90f0b0a1.png.

Does anyone know who to go about getting the second derivative from those two functions?

Thank you - December 8th 2009, 09:39 AMnehme007
by the fundamental theorem of calculus. So .

You can find using the fundamental theorem of calculus as well. You should get (there's a chain rule application in there as well).