Asked Apr 18, 2019

Find y′ by implicit differentiation.


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Step 1

To calculate the value dy/dx from the provided implicit differentiation e(x/y)=4x-2y. Now, differentiate the function by using chain rule of differentiation.

Step 2

The formula for chain rule of differentiation is shown below,

Step 3

Now, differentiate the equation e(x/y)=4x-2y with respect to x by applyin...


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