For the following expression I am trying to find
b) d^2y/dx^2 [also denoted f" (x)]
y = 2x^3 + 6x^2 -9x + 10
a) I have found 2x^2 + 4x - 3
Do I have to go further than this?
For part b I have no real clues
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The answer for a) should be .
For b), just take the derivative of f'(x).
brilliant thanks a lot!
What does the derivative mean though?
The derivative of a function is . Some notation you may also have seen is .
Originally Posted by IronMan brilliant thanks a lot!
What does the derivative mean though? it can also be seen as the slope of the original equation.
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