Higher Derivatives. If f is differentiable to f’ , then f’ may have its own derivative, f’’ , called the second derivative This is the rate of change in f’ – how fast f’ is changing. Example. If , find f’’. More.
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If f is differentiable to f’, then f’ may have its own derivative, f’’, called the second derivative
If , find f’’
Derivative of f’’ is f’’’ – Third Derivative
Derivative of f’’’ is f’’’’ – Fourth Derivative
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