The second derivative of four x squared plus sixteen x plus pi? The answer is 8.

This is basic calculus. What I am learning is Ordinary Differential Equations. What I don't know is partial differential equations.

Just because you don't know about it doesn't mean it does not exists. And this is exactly the problem twelve year olds have, is trouble understanding just truly how minuscule their amount of knowledge is.

If you want to fact check it, please feel free to use any derivative calculator you have at your hands. However, since this is a double derivative, you will first get:

(d/dx)[8x+16]

and will have to evaluate this in order to come to the final solution:

8.

Edited 10/12/2016 01:41:42

Count the cats on my picture.: 10/12/2016 01:38:15

The fact that I said how little you understand means that it is true that I understand little. However, if I need to understand something, I have the ability to learn it promptly and swiftly from a strong base of knowledge. What I know is how to know what I don't know. That is why I do so well at the collegiate level of education, and that is why I am constantly roasting you all the time without you even realizing it.

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