Hello, smatik!
I don't understand your equation.
A few SPACES would be welcome.
sin^4(\[Alpha])/x+cos^4(\[Alpha])/y-1/(x+y)==0
You seem to have: .
I see several interpretations for this . . .
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If
^^^^(it looked fine in mathematica...can someone tell me how to write code in this forum?)Code:sin^4(\[Alpha])/x+cos^4(\[Alpha])/y-1/(x+y)==0
then what is*here [alpha] is a constant*Code:dy/dy??
well i figured out dy/dx and it came out to bebut the book saysCode:y/x,which is a constant. Does this mean the above line represents a straight line??Mathematica plotted a pair of lines(i guess) and i cannot ask mathematica to findCode:dy/dx=tan^2[Alpha](if its possible to find (dy/dx) from implicit equations in mathematica then tell me!)Code:dy/dx
Thanks!
Hello, smatik!
I don't understand your equation.
A few SPACES would be welcome.
sin^4(\[Alpha])/x+cos^4(\[Alpha])/y-1/(x+y)==0
You seem to have: .
I see several interpretations for this . . .
. .
. .
. . and so on.
If you hover your mouse over a math expression rendered in latex on this forum you can see the latex code for that expression.
To render the code, surround your code in [tex][/tex] tags, for example:
[tex]\frac{2}{3\cos\alpha}[/tex] gives: