One common mistake with implicit diff is not using the product rule.
Where is the 1/3 coming from?. Are there values given for x and y?
Hello. I have two super fun problems for you guys to try and solve. I tried them both but my answers were not right.
Answer is supposed to be
and
This one is suposed to be
If you could be so kinds as to show me your steps I would greatly appreciate it. I think i might be messing up my simplification on the first one i tried it 3 times and i got the same answer all 3 times but its wrong according to the key and I doubt my physics prof is wrong. The 2nd one makes me want to cut myself
I see nothing particularly "fun" or very difficult about this. The derivative of with respect to u is and using the chain rule the derivative of is . The derivative of ln(u) with respect to u is 1/u so the derivative of is . Adding those gives what you say the answer is "supposed" to be.