Find dy/dx by implicit differentiation for y cos x = 1 + sin(xy)
Find dy/dx by implicit differentiation for y cos x = 1 + sin(xy)
Find tangent line to the curve, given a point: Y= cosx - sinx (Pi, -1) I used the difference rule: (d/dx cosx) - (d/dx sinx) -sinx...
I need to see the steps for solving the following equation: Find the equation of the tangent line to the curve at the given points for y=x^2-1/x^2+x+1 (1,0). I know the answer...
When multiplying y ^2 by y^-2 do you add the exponents? If so that would be zero correct?