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    Wolfram

    Does anyone know how to make Wolfram Alpha do differentiation of implicit functions? Also can it do logarithmic differentiation?
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    Re: Wolfram

    you can use derive for example

    derive x^2 + y^2 , y = f(x)

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    Re: Wolfram

    Can you make it give the derivative of (2(x+y)) / (e^y -2(x+y)) ?
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    Re: Wolfram

    Have you tried doing what Amer suggested? Though I would use ", y= y(x)" rather than ", y= f(x)".
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    Re: Wolfram

    That has helped, thanks.
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