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Computing Derivatives

Computing Derivatives

Example 1

Use implicit differentiation to find y', assuming in the case that y is a function of x.

  • x3 + y3 = 4x

Example 2

Use implicit differentiation to find y', assuming in the case that y is a function of x.

  • y = cos(y) + 2x

Example 3

implicit differentiation to find y', assuming in the case that y is a function of x.

  •  e{y2} - x = y

Example 4

implicit differentiation to find y', assuming in the case that y is a function of x.

  • xy2 + x3y = 4x

Example 5

implicit differentiation to find y', assuming in the case that y is a function of x

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