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Unformatted text preview: how fast the rate of change is increasing or decreasing. For example, if costs are rising, the first derivative will give the rate of change of the costs, and the second derivative will give the rate of change of increase or decrease. Example 1: Find the second derivative: . 5 7 2 3 . 4 ) ( 2 4 5 ++= x x x x x f Example 2: Find the second derivative: ( 29 . 7 3 ) ( 2= x x f Lesson 7 – Higher Order Derivatives 2 Example 3: Find the second derivative: ( 29 4 3 8 ) ( + = x x f . Example 4: Find the third derivative: 3 ) 1 3 ( ) ( + = x x x f . Lesson 7 – Higher Order Derivatives 3 Example 5: Find the second derivative: ) 3 2 ln( ) (= x x f Example 6: Find the second derivative: x x e e x f+ = 2 ) ( 3 From this lesson you should be able to Find a higher order derivative of a function...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course MATH 1313 taught by Professor Constante during the Fall '08 term at University of Houston.
 Fall '08
 CONSTANTE
 Derivative

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