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Homework Help: calculus high school

Posted by k on Thursday, April 8, 2010 at 7:11pm.

7y^4+x^3y+x=4

using implicit differentation, how do i solve this problem. it is a textbook example but the partwhere i "use the chain rule on the first term" doesn't make sense to me because they get

d/dx 7y^4+(x^3dy/dx +y d/dx x^3)+d/dx x

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