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Find dy/dx by implicit differentiation

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9.
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х
= y +1
Consider the given equation as
Differentiate both sides of the above equation with respect to x as follows.
dx
dxx+ y
d
(x+y)(x)
(x+ y)
d
dx
dx
(x+y)
dy
(x+y)(2x)-x1
dx
dy
dx
2y
+0
(x+ y)'
dx
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х = y +1 Consider the given equation as Differentiate both sides of the above equation with respect to x as follows. dx dxx+ y d (x+y)(x) (x+ y) d dx dx (x+y) dy (x+y)(2x)-x1 dx dy dx 2y +0 (x+ y)' dx

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