Use implict diffeentiation to find dy/dx

x^2(cosy)-y^2=e^2x

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- January 23rd 2009, 08:57 AMEmmeyh15@hotmail.comImplict differentiation
Use implict diffeentiation to find dy/dx

x^2(cosy)-y^2=e^2x - January 23rd 2009, 09:01 AMMush

The first term requies the product rule!

The RHS can be written:

And hence requires the chain rule:

The first term also requires the chain rule:

[tex]

Now all you have to do is carry out these relatively simple differentiations, and then change the equation so that you get . - January 23rd 2009, 09:07 AMEmmeyh15@hotmail.com
im confused on how to apply the chain rule to that? i got the poblem right so far but i'm stuck at that point

- January 23rd 2009, 09:35 AMMush