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Higher Order Derivatives | Footnote, Essence of Calculus
Take the derivative. Then repeat. Scholars learn about higher order derivatives in the 10th video of an 11-part series. They see how the second derivative connects to physics concepts such as acceleration.
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- Note that the video is in preparation for next installment on the Taylor series
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