anonymous
  • anonymous
Use implicit differentiation to find the second derivative x^2+2y^3=4
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raspberryjam
  • raspberryjam
Did you find the first derivative yet?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes i have i got yprime=-2x/6y
raspberryjam
  • raspberryjam
Yep, so just take the derivative again and then whenever you see dy/dx just substitute back in with -2x/6y.

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raspberryjam
  • raspberryjam
Whoops wait, you forgot to square the 6y..it should be dy/dx = -2x/6y^2

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