Posted by Sophee on .
Let y = f(x) be the continuous function that satisfies the equation x^4  (5x^2)(y^2) + 4y^4 = 0 and whose graph contains the points (2,1) and (2,2). Let L be the line tangent to the graph of f at x = 2.
(a) Find and expression for y'.
(b) Write an equation for the line L.
(c) Give the coordinates of a point that is on the graph of f but is not on line L.
(d) Give the coordinates of a point that is on the line L but is not on the graph of f.

MathCalculus 
bobpursley,
I will be happy to critique your thinking or work.

MathCalculus 
Sophee,
I think a0 is (4x^3+10xy^2)/(10x^2y+16y^3)
and that makes b y=1/2x. However, I can't seem to get anything for c nor d. How do I start? 
MathCalculus 
keke_luvs_u,
Hmm. Don't know...