Find dy/dx by implicit differentiation. My Steps: Therefore: Now I know that I need to solve for y' but no matter how long I stare at this problem I can't figure it out.
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Originally Posted by topher0805 Find dy/dx by implicit differentiation. My Steps: Therefore: Now I know that I need to solve for y' but no matter how long I stare at this problem I can't figure it out. just do the proper grouping and distribution.. .. how about that, can you do the isolation of ? Ü
Would then become: Which simplifies to: So the final answer would be: Is this right?
yes.. Ü
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