1. ## dy/dx problem

I am having some trouble with this quesetion.

Find $dy/dx$ if $x^2y=$e^(x+y)

What I have is

$x^2*dy/dx + y*2x=$e^(x+y) $1+dy/dx$

$x^2 dy/dx + 2xy = (1+dy/dx)$ e^x+y

after this, this where I do don't know how to take out the $dy/dx$

2. Originally Posted by killasnake
I am having some trouble with this quesetion.

Find $dy/dx$ if $x^2y=$e^(x+y)

What I have is

$x^2*dy/dx + y*2x=$e^(x+y) $1+dy/dx$

$x^2 dy/dx + 2xy = (1+dy/dx)$ e^x+y

after this, this where I do don't know how to take out the $dy/dx$
Move everything around so that dy\dx is on one side by itself.
Then solve by factoring out the dy/dx and divide.