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Find dy/dx, where y is defined as a function of x implicitly by the equation below.y2 −3x3y4 =1

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Find dy/dx, where y is defined as a function of x implicitly by the equation below.

y2 −3x3y4 =1
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Step 1

We have to find  dy/dx of curve equation  (implicitly).

Curve equation is given by:

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Step 2

We will use following rules of derivative to  find dy/dx.

Rules are given below:

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Step 3

Now with the help of above rules  differentiate curve equation both...

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