Yes, I can but what I got was a very, very long equation.
Dude, if I knew how to solve it, I would not have posted this question here.
Thanks. After this step, I simply do not know how to continue. I tried substituting dy/dx into them but simply couldn't get rid of the exponential, e so as to prove that its right. You know what I mean, right?
Oh darn...I was looking for a simpler way but nvm...there are some things that can't be simplified. Thanks, anyway for the assurance that my derivatives are correct.