I need to find dy/dx Thanks Jason
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Hello there, Simply differentiate both sides, and then isolate . Good luck!
Last edited by scherz0; June 17th 2009 at 12:52 PM. Reason: Thanks, HallsofIvy.
Originally Posted by scherz0 Hello there, Simply differentiate both sides, and then isolate . Remember that . No. The . What is depends on what function y is of x. Good luck!
Originally Posted by Darkhrse99 I need to find dy/dx Thanks Jason You know, I hope, that the derivative of with respect to y is 2y. Use the chain rule to find the derivative of [itex]y^2[/itex] with respect to x. Set that equal to the derivative of ln x with respect to x and solve for dy/dx.
hi your answer should be equal to :
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