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sorry for the late post - but thankyou so much for your help!!
The derivative I can do, but nothing else.
That is, assuming A and C are constants. If they aren't, the implicit differentiation is a bit more complicated, but manageable.
If the price of a bond can be written as the present value of its coupons and principal where: