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Use implicit differentiation to find the slope of the tangent line to the curve sqrt of x + sqrt of y = 8

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    x^.5 + y^.5 = 8
    .5 x^-.5 + .5 y^-.5 dy/dx = 0
    dy/dx = - sqrt x/ sqrt y

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