Option 'D' is correct.
Since we have given that
We need to find the double derivative i.e. f''(x).
So, we first derivate the f(x) w.r.t. x:
Now, we again derivative the f'(x) w.r.t x :
(Because f'(x) has no term with variable x)
Hence, Option 'D' is correct.
x = -3
y = -18
to solve by substitution, substitute one variable and solve for the other. then substitute again to find the remaining variable.
x-1/3(3x-9) = -3 since y=3x-9 substittute y.
x + x +3 = -3
substitute again into y=3x-9
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find f"(x) for f(x) = 4x - 6.
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