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Have you tried the chain rule? what did you get?
i have no idea sir.I confused with the 2 prime sign.
Last edited by faraday; May 21st 2011 at 11:26 AM.
"double prime" just means differentiate twice, ie obtain the derivative, then differentiate the derivative.
i mean the prime at the fraction.
i assumed that was a typo! It has no standard meaning that i'm aware of.
If it has a meaning that is particular to your course/teacher then the answer is probably in your course notes or textbook.
ok..when i using chain rule.I get.
is that correct?then what should i do?
that isn't correct. You pulled out a factor of "3" on your second line that isn't needed. h'(x) should be:
Differentiate again to get h''(x). Then evaluate your answer at x=1 to find h''(1).
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