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Differentiate implicitly to find dy/dx. Then find the slope of
the curve at the given point.
y2 8; (2,4)
x 2y3= 6; (2,-1)
4y2 =-12; (-2,-1)
15. Зx3
16.
17. 2x
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Differentiate implicitly to find dy/dx. Then find the slope of the curve at the given point. y2 8; (2,4) x 2y3= 6; (2,-1) 4y2 =-12; (-2,-1) 15. Зx3 16. 17. 2x

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3x2-y28 Differentiate with respect to x = 8 dx 3(2x)-2y dy -8 бх - 2у dx ,dy — бх-8 -2y dx dy бх-8 dx -2y

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