if x=t^(2)+1 and y=t^3 than d^2y/dt^2=?
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Originally Posted by AnnaBee123 if x=t^(2)+1 and y=t^3 than d^2y/dt^2=? Do you need or
Originally Posted by AnnaBee123 if x=t^(2)+1 and y=t^3 than d^2y/dt^2=? well lets get started.... Now if we take the derivative of the above with respect to t we get
Originally Posted by Plato Do you need or I was thinking the same as there was an equation given for both and Therefore a solution could be
Last edited by pickslides; May 10th 2009 at 06:50 PM. Reason: typo
Originally Posted by pickslides I was thinking the same as there was an equation given for both and Therefore a solution could be We need to be careful... so Now Note we can write y as a function of x as follows Now if we take two derivatives we get Note that since we get
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