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Bashyboy

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## Homework Statement

I am suppose to find the second derivative implicitly of the function y^2 = x^3. I find the first derivative to be dy/dx = 3x^2/2y, but shortly find myself having difficulty in the second derivation. My steps for the second derivative is in the file attached; there are a few additionally steps, but, at the last step, I am in no way nearing the actual answer.