Hi Need help to use the Implicit Differentiation method on . I have tried many ways to get the right answer. Below is what i have done: Book's answer is P.S
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Originally Posted by Paymemoney Hi Need help to use the Implicit Differentiation method on . I have tried many ways to get the right answer. Below is what i have done: Book's answer is P.S You should apply the product rule when you differentiate .
ok i'll try that
ok after doing it again this is what i got:
Originally Posted by Paymemoney ok after doing it again this is what i got: What is this ?
Originally Posted by Paymemoney ok after doing it again this is what i got:
Originally Posted by Paymemoney Hi Need help to use the Implicit Differentiation method on . I have tried many ways to get the right answer. Below is what i have done: Book's answer is P.S What is equal to???
Originally Posted by General What is this ? i used the product rule on xy to get y+x
omg i forgot to add that
Originally Posted by Paymemoney omg i forgot to add that 1- You did not apply the product rule on correctly. 2- Its wrong to apply the product rule on the numerator first, then differentiate the whole ratio.
In order to use implicit differentiation to find dy/dx, you have to have an equation to start with. So I ask what xalk asked before: "What is equal to?"
Originally Posted by Paymemoney Hi Need help to use the Implicit Differentiation method on . I have tried many ways to get the right answer. Below is what i have done: Book's answer is P.S Another way of doing it is the following: . And if we substitute 2 with xy/lnx we have:
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