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Find the first and second derivative, y' and y", by implicit differentiation if x^3 + y^3=2. [4'] Find y' b.

Find the first and second derivative, y' and y", by implicit differentiation if x^3 + y^3=2.

a. [4'] Find y'

b. [6'] Find y"

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a.) y'= -x 2 /y 2... View the full answer

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  • I found a and the correct answer was -x^2/y^2 ...the 4 and 6 in the problems is irrelevant...I am having trouble taking the answer from first derivative to find second
    • dgreeley3
    • Apr 01, 2018 at 9:07pm

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