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Homework Help: Calculus

Posted by Penny on Tuesday, January 24, 2012 at 6:37pm.

Consider the curve defined by y + cosy = x +1 for 0 =< y =< 2pi....

a. Find dy/dx in terms of y. *I got 1/(y-siny) but I feel like that's wrong.

b. Write an equation for each vertical tangent to the curve.

c. find d^2y/dx^2 in terms of y.

d. Sketch a graph of the curve using a table of values for 0 =< y =< 2pi.

Table of values? Vertical tangents? Finding the second derivative? Way out of my league. I'd REALLY appreciate the help!!!

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