Use the implicit differentiation to find dy/dx ( WORK OUT) x^2 cosy-y^2=e^2x

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Originally Posted by Emmeyh15@hotmail.com Use the implicit differentiation to find dy/dx ( WORK OUT) x^2 cosy-y^2=e^2x Hint: -- Use product rule between the and terms. -- keep in mind that . -- After you differentiate both sides, gather the terms together. From there, it should be easy. Can you try to do the problem now?

Sorry i am kinda slow when it come to this my teacher is not very great at explaining this!!!