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    Hi all, I remembered there was one lecture that one student asked is y'' the same as (y')^2? Can somebody tell me what lecture it was? Also, that turns out to be a pretty interesting diff. eq equation although it is not always true, BUT it is true for some function!!! =)

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      It's in lecture 31 of 18.01 (Parametric Equations) at 7 minutes 15 seconds.

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