caculus 1, please help

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Find d2y/dx2 in terms of x and y.
y5 = x6

  • caculus 1, please help -

    y = x^(6/5)
    dy/dx = (6/5)*y^1/5
    d2y/dx^2 = (6/25)y^(-4/5)

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