Find the dervative of 7x-6/y
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With respect to what? Are those both functions of some variable? Is y a function of x? I'll assume for now that they are both functions of t. Then . I hope that's what you're after.
Last edited by Soltras; Nov 13th 2006 at 06:49 AM. Reason: fix error :o
Yes it is y is a function of x the equation is wrong it is: (7x-6)/(y)
Originally Posted by Nimmy Yes it is y is a function of x the equation is wrong it is: (7x-6)/(y) Please use parenthesis! So this is implicit differentiation then? By the quotient rule: = -Dan
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