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Asked Mar 24, 2019

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Find dy/dx, where y is defined as a function of x implicitly by the equation below.
_{y3+2x2y5=1}

Step 1

The given equation is,

Step 2

The derivative of a constant value is 0.

Therefore, the derivative of the RHS of the equation is zero.

Step 3

Now obtain the derivative of t...

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