Can anyone help.Im stuck on this question.

Using differentials find $\displaystyle \frac{dy}{dx}$ when $\displaystyle \frac{y}{x}-ln(x)=ln(c)$

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- Aug 6th 2013, 09:37 PMhacker804Differentials
Can anyone help.Im stuck on this question.

Using differentials find $\displaystyle \frac{dy}{dx}$ when $\displaystyle \frac{y}{x}-ln(x)=ln(c)$ - Aug 6th 2013, 10:48 PMchiroRe: Differentials
Hey hacker804.

What exactly do you mean by differentials?

You can find the derivative by re-arranging y as a function of x (and constants) and then taking the derivative or you can use implicit differentiation and get dy/dx on LHS with other expression on RHS. - Aug 6th 2013, 11:08 PMhacker804Re: Differentials
I think the differential which is defined as $\displaystyle dy=f^{'}(x)dx$

- Aug 10th 2013, 08:54 PMibduttRe: Differentials