R r-soy Oct 2009 290 0 Jun 5, 2010 #1 Q Find all older derivatives y = X^4/2 = 3/2X^2 -X y4 = 2X^2 - 3 x ^ 1 - 0 y4 = 4X^1 - 3 -0 y4 = 7

mr fantastic MHF Hall of Fame Dec 2007 16,948 6,768 Zeitgeist Jun 5, 2010 #2 r-soy said: Q Find all older derivatives y = X^4/2 = 3/2X^2 -X y4 = 2X^2 - 3 x ^ 1 - 0 y4 = 4X^1 - 3 -0 y4 = 7 Click to expand... None of this makes any sense. What is the line I have highlighted in red meant to mean? What do all the y4's mean? The 4th derivative of y? Please re-post the question in such a way that it can be understood.

r-soy said: Q Find all older derivatives y = X^4/2 = 3/2X^2 -X y4 = 2X^2 - 3 x ^ 1 - 0 y4 = 4X^1 - 3 -0 y4 = 7 Click to expand... None of this makes any sense. What is the line I have highlighted in red meant to mean? What do all the y4's mean? The 4th derivative of y? Please re-post the question in such a way that it can be understood.