Find a formula of f^(n)(x), if f(x)=(4+x)^(-1). Find the third degree polynomial Q such that Q(1)=-1, Q'(1)=1, Q''(1)=8, and Q'''(1)=18. Suppose that f(x)=g(x)/x^3 and that g is twice differentiable. Find f'' in terms of g, g', and g''. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by asnxbbyx113 Suppose that f(x)=g(x)/x^3 and that g is twice differentiable. Find f'' in terms of g, g', and g''. That, . But I am not going to simplify that.
Hello, asnxbbyx113! Find a formula for , if Start cranking out derivatives and look for a pattern . . . Therefore: .
Hello again, asnxbbyx113! Find the third-degree polynomial such that: . . Let Then: . Since Since Since Since Therefore: .
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