Find the second differential coefficient with respect to Ѳ:

(2)ln(2)Ѳ

I would appreciate help as quickly as possible with this as my college deadline is tomorrow.

Thank you in advance

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- July 5th 2012, 02:34 AMKeifer23Find the second differential coefficient with respect to Ѳ
Find the second differential coefficient with respect to Ѳ:

(2)ln(2)Ѳ

I would appreciate help as quickly as possible with this as my college deadline is tomorrow.

Thank you in advance - July 5th 2012, 02:49 AMProve ItRe: Find the second differential coefficient with respect to Ѳ
- July 5th 2012, 02:51 AMKeifer23Re: Find the second differential coefficient with respect to Ѳ
The question above is what it says on the sheet I was given, but yes I think it might mean derivative...

- July 5th 2012, 02:55 AMProve ItRe: Find the second differential coefficient with respect to Ѳ
2ln(2) is a constant, so you just have a linear function in theta. What do you get when you differentiate a linear function twice?

- July 5th 2012, 12:27 PMcalcmasterRe: Find the second differential coefficient with respect to Ѳ
When you differentiate a linear function twice you get:

f'(x) = n * x^n-1

f''(x) = n * n-1 * x^n-2

For your problem

f(Ѳ) = 2ln(2)Ѳ

f'(Ѳ) = 2ln(2)

f''(Ѳ) = 0 - July 5th 2012, 12:39 PMskeeterRe: Find the second differential coefficient with respect to Ѳ
post calculus questions in the calculus forum.

... por favor.