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Asked Oct 2, 2019
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3.7.1
dy
Use implicit differentiation to find
dx
4x2y+5xy2 3
dy
dx
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3.7.1 dy Use implicit differentiation to find dx 4x2y+5xy2 3 dy dx

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Step 1

Consider the given function.

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4x'y 5xy3 = 3

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Step 2

On differentiating with respect to x, it gives

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d d (5xy2)= (3) dx dx

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Step 3

Formula us...

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d dy - 2y Use the chain rule: dx dx d (x) = 2x Use the power rule: dx d Derivative of constant: dr e)0

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