Hi, Can anyone give me the second derivative for the equation below: $\displaystyle \frac{p^r}{(1-(1-p)e^t)^r} $ I have done it but not sure if the answer is correct. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Amazed Hi, Can anyone give me the second derivative for the equation below: $\displaystyle \frac{p^r}{(1-(1-p)e^t)^r} $ I have done it but not sure if the answer is correct. Thanks. i got something like this.. not sure whether it is correct or wrong $\displaystyle \frac{r-rp^r(-e^t+pe^t)}{(1-(1-p)e^t)^{r+1}} $
i got : $\displaystyle \frac{r(p^r)(-r-1)((1-p)e^t)^2}{[1-(1-p)e^t]^(r+2)} $ the r+2 is the power to which the denominator is raised to.. im just having trouble in typing it in the equation. thanks
Mistyped in my last post. And that's what i get for the second derivative: $\displaystyle \frac{-r(p^r)(-r-1)((1-p)e^t)^2}{[1-(1-p)e^t]^{r+2}} $ Is it correct please?
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