I'm blanking out here. If I had dx/dt, dy/dt, how would I find dy/dx? Is it as simple as just dividing the two out?
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Originally Posted by yuropod I'm blanking out here. If I had dx/dt, dy/dt, how would I find dy/dx? Is it as simple as just dividing the two out? It's a combination of the fact that and the chain rule, namely that . So yes, you DO "divide it out", but that's not really the right language to use.
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