I have the equation:
(x^2)(y^-3) + 3 = y
How do I go about implicitly differentiating this equation?
EDIT: Solve for dy/dx. Sorry about that.
Hi, Jeavus. You can probably achieve what this question wants of you, by differentiating both sides of the equation by , assuming that is some function of :
To do the last step, I used the "product rule" of differentiation.
If you rearrange this, you should be able to work out as a function of and . Hope that helps!