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Homework Help: Calculus : Derivative

Posted by Akash on Wednesday, June 15, 2011 at 3:06pm.

If tan^-1(x^2-y^2/x^2+y^2) = a, prove that dy/dx = x(1 - tan a)/y(1 + tan a)

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