(x^2)y - x(y^2) = 4 I came out with... y' = [(y^2) - 2xy] / [(x^2)-2xy)] The answer in the back isnt this... How do you do this?
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Originally Posted by Morgan82 (x^2)y - x(y^2) = 4 I came out with... y' = [(y^2) - 2xy] / [(x^2)-2xy)] The answer in the back isnt this... How do you do this? So we have to differentiate implicitly, And solve for y' to get The slope is defined as long as the denominator doesn't equal 0. It is not defined when x=0, it is not defined when
Originally Posted by Morgan82 (x^2)y - x(y^2) = 4 I came out with... y' = [(y^2) - 2xy] / [(x^2)-2xy)] The answer in the back isnt this... How do you do this? I agree with you ... what "answer" was in the back of the book?
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