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Solution - If x cos(a+y)= cosy then prove that dy/dx=(cos^2(a+y)/sina) Hence show that sina(d^2y)/(dx^2)+sin2(a+y)(dy)/dx=0 - Second Order Derivative

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If x cos(a+y)= cosy then prove that `dy/dx=(cos^2(a+y)/sina)`

Hence show that `sina(d^2y)/(dx^2)+sin2(a+y)(dy)/dx=0`

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Solution for question: If x cos(a+y)= cosy then prove that dy/dx=(cos^2(a+y)/sina) Hence show that sina(d^2y)/(dx^2)+sin2(a+y)(dy)/dx=0 concept: Second Order Derivative. For the courses 12th CBSE (Arts), 12th CBSE (Commerce), 12th CBSE (Science), 12th HSC Arts, 12th HSC Commerce, 12th HSC Commerce (Marketing and Salesmanship), 12th HSC Science (Computer Science), 12th HSC Science (Electronics), 12th HSC Science (General) , 12th ISC (Arts), 12th ISC (Commerce), 12th ISC (Science), PUC Karnataka Science
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