When doing these I am unsure of where to place dy/dx

for example of this problem

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- March 21st 2009, 07:36 PMsk8erboyla2004Implict functions
When doing these I am unsure of where to place dy/dx

for example of this problem

- March 21st 2009, 07:55 PMProve It

If you are using implicit differentiation, take the derivative with respect to x of both sides. When you come across something with a y, use the chain rule.

You should end up with something that has in it, and then make the subject.

Using your example...

Now just make the subject.