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Homework Help: calc

Posted by Chelsea on Thursday, October 28, 2010 at 11:25pm.

1 + x = sin(xy^2)

find dy/dx by implicit differentiation

0 + 1 = cos(xy^2). (x)(2y)dy/dx + (y^2)(1)

1/((x)(2y)dy/dx) = cos(xy^2) + (y^2)

dy/dx = cos (xy^2) + (y^2)....

Can I just divide out the (x)(2y) and leave the dy/dx?

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