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2x=t+1/t and 2y=t-1/t, show that dy/dx=t^2+1/t^2-1 and d^2y/dx^2=-8t^3/(t^2-1 )I didn't understand the way my teacher explained it? HELP!!!?

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  • 2x=t+1/t and 2y=t-1/t, show that dy/dx=t^2+1/t^2-1 and d^2y/dx^2=-8t^3/(t^2-1 )I didn't understand the way my teacher explained it? HELP!!!?


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