Find dy/dx. Assume b, p, and m are constants. bx^2 -py^2 = m^2 i need some help with this, i know you cant differentiate constants, so how would i do this one... mathlete
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For example, try to differentiate We can generalize this to, So, Take from here..
Originally Posted by mathlete Find dy/dx. Assume b, p, and m are constants. bx^2 -py^2 = m^2 i need some help with this, i know you cant differentiate constants, so how would i do this one... mathlete You can differentiate constants - they are just zero! Derive y with respect to x using implicit differentiation. .. Substitute y back into the equation and you are golden! Let's check out work another way... Solve for y... Take the derivative with respect to x
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