Posted by **Sanya** on Monday, November 5, 2012 at 10:54pm.

I need to find the second derivative for this:

2x^2-3y^2=4

I understand all the steps but for some reason I get the wrong numerator. I get

(6y^-4x^2)/9y^3

The answer is -8/9y^3

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