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Homework Help: Calculus

Posted by W on Tuesday, October 18, 2011 at 10:27pm.

The point (1,-2) is on the graph of y^2-x^2+2x=5. Find the value of (dy/dx) and (d^2y/dx^2) at the point (1,-2). How do I find (d^2y/dx^2)? I found. I found (dy/dx) to be 2y(dy/dx)-2x+2=0, but I don't know how to take the derivative of that to get(d^2y/dx^2)? I'm not sure if that is correct, but that's just my thinking. Also, how do i find if the graph has a relative min or max?

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