Find dy/dx for: a) x³y + 3y - 4 = 0 b) 2x² + 4y + y² = 3 How would you start this problem?
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Use implicit differentiation, so for ex. 1: [x^3(y') + y(3x^2)] + 3y' - 0 = 0 then you want to keep simplifying and eventually isolate y' in one side, so you can end up with a function of the form y'=
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