I need a little help on the following problems:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Find the 2nd derivative at the indicated point:

y= x(ln x) At the point (1,0)

I got to:

y''= [tex]

\frac{1}{x}

[/tex]

So do I just sub in 1 for x? And then the answer would be 1?

Also, I need help on the following problem:

Evaluate the first derivative at the given value X: x=0

[4^(3x)(x^3 - x + 1)^(1/5)] (And then all of that raised to the -2)

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(x^2 + x + 1)^(4)

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# Homework Help: Few Problems (Derivatives)

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