1. ## Implicit Differentiation

Find dy/dx using implicit differentiation.

$\displaystyle xy + x + y = x^2y^2$

2. Originally Posted by akuczma86
Find dy/dx using implicit differentiation.

$\displaystyle xy + x + y = x^2y^2$
You will find many, many examples of implict differentiation if you search this subforum (use the Search tool). Where in particular are you stuck?

3. Honestly I don't eve know where to begin on this one. The other problems I posted I at least knew how to start. This one, not at all.

4. Originally Posted by akuczma86
Honestly I don't eve know where to begin on this one. The other problems I posted I at least knew how to start. This one, not at all.
Did you search for threads and read them like I suggested eg. http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...entiation.html

Please do so, then make an attempt on your question. Show all your working and say where you're stuck if you're still stuck.