Given a function y = Dsin(kx/y) ,where D and k are constants and (kx/y) is in radians

1. what is dy/dx ?

2. how can you express x as a function of y , x=?

3. what is dx/dy ?

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- August 19th 2010, 07:44 PMtydubedifferentiate y = Dsin(kx/y) wrt x
Given a function y = Dsin(kx/y) ,where D and k are constants and (kx/y) is in radians

1. what is dy/dx ?

2. how can you express x as a function of y , x=?

3. what is dx/dy ? - August 19th 2010, 09:13 PMProve It
You will need to use the chain rule and implicit differentiation...

Let so that .

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So

- August 23rd 2010, 12:14 AMtydubeThanks
Thanks for the assistance, much appreciated.(Wink)