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Can I solve this with WolframAlpha?

Posted 9 years ago

f'(2) = -1 f''(4) = 0 f'6) = ?

Is there a way to put what I wrote above in wa. in order to solve it? I tried to do: {f'2=-1,f''(4)=0,f'(6)=} and hoped it would work, but it didnt hehe :) So how do I make it work?

Thanks in advance

POSTED BY: Gregg Loss

you have f'(2)=-1*f''(4)=0 and you want f'(6) ?! if that ,try by using Solve

POSTED BY: Tasneem Smadi
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