Nicolee H.

# implicit differentiation (Mathematics)

Find dy/dx for e^(2x+3y) = x^2 -ln (xy^3)

Michael J.

I think your question got cut off.  But basically, you derive both sides of the equation using the chain-rule.  Then solve for dy/dx.

You can use the notation       y' = dy/dx       in your derivative process.
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09/27/17

Nicolee H.

I was trying but i don't know if am right or not. When i was deriving it i got
2x+3y (e^(2x+3y)) (2+3dy/dx)=2x- (y^3+3y^2(dy/dx) (x)) / (xy^3)
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09/28/17