how do u find the second derivative of this
3y^2 - 4x = 16
Let's see how this works
We proceed by Implicit differentiation
.......remember, the derivative of a constant is zero, so the 16 disappears. we attach y' to the derivative of the y-term, but nothing to the derivative of the x-term as explained above.
Now we simply solve for y'
Now try the second derivative