Find dy/dx in terms of x and y if xlny+y^6= (9)lnx

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  1. x lny+ y^6=9lnx

    lny +xy'/y+6y^5 y'=9/x

    solve for y'

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  2. I solved and I got: (9-lny)/(x((x/y)+6y^5))

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  3. But that's not the answer...

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