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    [SOLVED] Implicit Differentiation

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    Treat -\frac{2xy^2}{y^4} and \frac{2x^2y}{y^4} \left(\frac{-x^2}{y^2}\right) as seperate terms first. Expand the second one and then make a common denominator.
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