I'm not sure how to evaluate the second derivative(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

d2y/dx2 = (4(dy/dx) -12x^2 -12y^2(dy/dx)^2)) /(4y^3 - 2x)

AT A GIVEN POINT (1,1). The answer is -14 not sure how they got it.

Final exam this friday would appreciat e answers very much!

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# Value of second derivative at a given point?

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