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If x=a{c-sin(c)} and y=a{1+cos(c)} then prove that second derivative of y with respect to c is (1/2a){cosec(c/2)}^4.

If x=a{c-sin(c)} and y=a{1+cos(c)}
then prove that second derivative of y with respect to c is
(1/2a){cosec(c/2)}^4.

Grade:12

1 Answers

saiomkar kandukuri
33 Points
8 years ago

question is not clear whether it is asked to find second derivative of y wrt to x or wrt to c

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