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Find (d^2y)/(dx^2) in terms of x and y: xsiny=3 How to solve this?
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Find (d^2y)/(dx^2) in terms of x and y: xsiny=3 How to solve this?
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abb0t
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The question is asking that you find the second derivative with respect to x. Do you know how to take a derivative?
abb0t
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For the first derivative, you will be using the product rule. Since you have two functions being multiplied \[f \frac{ d }{ dx }g+g \frac{ d }{ dx } f\]
abb0t
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Also note, that the derivative of a constant is just zero. So the 3 becomes zero. For the second derivative, you will be doing product rule again.

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thank you, i'll try ^^

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