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(y^2+2)^3=x^4y+e^2 find dy/dx using differentiating implicity

  • calculus5 -

    Damon and I have done some of them for you.
    Now you try some of the others.
    Post your solution so we can see where your difficulty is.
    These are rather straightforward questions, and you should not expect us just to do the work for you.

  • calculus5 -

    I understand what you guys think I am a soldier on duty and I have to turn these in I am runnning out of time and I need help
    thanks

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