if $\displaystyle y e^{xy} = Sinx$ find dy/dx and d$\displaystyle ^2$y/dx$\displaystyle ^2$ at (0,0)

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- Sep 25th 2008, 05:09 PMgidgetPartial Differentiation
if $\displaystyle y e^{xy} = Sinx$ find dy/dx and d$\displaystyle ^2$y/dx$\displaystyle ^2$ at (0,0)

- Sep 25th 2008, 05:56 PMLinnus
$\displaystyle \frac {dy} {dx}e^{xy}+ ye^{xy} (y+x \frac {dy} {dx})=cosx $

Solve for dy/dx and try the second derivative.