Hi again. I was having some trouble with this implicit differentiation problem and was wondering if I could get some help. Thanks
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Originally Posted by Danog Hi again. I was having some trouble with this implicit differentiation problem and was wondering if I could get some help. Thanks What is your aim? To find the second derivative of y?
Agh, my bad. The questions asks to find the general solution to the equation, and to express y as a function of x.
Originally Posted by Danog Hi again. I was having some trouble with this implicit differentiation problem and was wondering if I could get some help. Thanks just integrate both side....
Originally Posted by Danog Agh, my bad. The questions asks to find the general solution to the equation, and to express y as a function of x. This isn't really 'implicit differentiation', then. It is the solution of Ordinary Differential Equations!
Originally Posted by ramiee2010 just integrate both side.... You use the lazy notation :P. To be COMPLETELY correct... , where .
Originally Posted by Prove It You use the lazy notation :P. To be COMPLETELY correct... it was just a hint not a complete solution .
Originally Posted by ramiee2010 it was just a hint not a complete solution . I'm aware of that. And it was correct. I'm just saying you were using lazy shortcuts that many mathematicians would vomit on...
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