Hi We are asked to solve the following by Implicit differentiation, though I have never encountered this before. Here is the equation Can anyone please help and explain what they are doing? Thanks
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Originally Posted by bobred Hi We are asked to solve the following by Implicit differentiation, though I have never encountered this before. Here is the equation Can anyone please help and explain what they are doing? Thanks Use the product rule on the LHS To evaluate you need to use the chain rule. Let so that the function becomes . . Therefore . Go back to your original DE... . Now try to solve for .
Hi Its probably obvious but I'm not sure how to go about solving for Thanks
Originally Posted by bobred Hi Its probably obvious but I'm not sure how to go about solving for Thanks Distribute, move everything that has to one side, factorise, solve for .
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