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43 Answered Questions for the topic Implicit Differentiation

Find the points at which the graph of the equation has a vertical or horizontal tangent line.

64x2 + 25y2 + 640x − 400y + 1600 = 0

If x^2 y + xy^2 = 1, what is y’?

use implcit differentiation to find dy/dx where y=(sin(7x))^x

use implcit differentiation to find dy/dx where y=(sin(7x))^x

Finding two points where slope of tangent is 16 given implicit differentiation

Consider the unit circle : x2+y2=1a) Use implicit differentiation to find y'=dy/dxAnswer: b) Find the two points where the slope of the tangent is 16:the point with the larger x coordinate is:... more

Find an equation for the tangent line to the implicit curve at a point.

sin(x−y) =xcos(y+π/4) at the point (π/4, π/4)

dy/dx=√ (1 − y ^2). find d^2y/dx^2

struggling with this problem because of the implicit differentiation.

dy/dx=y [ √ 1 − y ^2 ]. find d^2y/dx^2

im having slight trouble with this one

What is the Implicit Derivative of y = 2^(x^3 - 4)

For clarification, (x^3-4) doesn't translate to x^-1, instead it's read as x cubed minus 4

implicit differentiation

Assume that F is differential function with F'(2)=5. Find dy/dx at the point (x,y) = (1,2) if y is defined implicitly by the equation : F(y/x) = y^2   Note that z, y, F are not related except... more

What is tan^3 (xy^2+y) = x?

Calculus: Implicit Differentiation

Find y' by implicit differentiation

Find y' by implicit differentiation √(x+sec^2 y)=5

y=(xy)x Write an expression for dy/dx

y=(xy)x Write an expression for dy/dx

implicit differentiation (Mathematics)

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

Mathematics- Implicit Differentiation

Find dy/dx for a)e^cosx + e^siny = 1/4b) e^2x+3y = x^2 -ln (xy^3)Find d^2/dx^2 for:x^3+y^3=8

Calculus Question

Find the equation of the tangent line to the curve 3xy = x3+y3, at the point (2/3,4/3). HELP!?

Use implicit differentiation to find an equation of the tangent line to the curve at the given point. y^2(y^2 - 4) = x^2(x^2 - 5) at (0, -2)

 Use implicit differentiation to find an equation of the tangent line to the curve at the given point. y^2(y^2 − 4) = x^2(x^2 − 5) at (0, −2)

find dz/dt of z^2=x^2+y^2 with z>0

dx/dt=2,dx/dt=2, and dy/dt=6,dy/dt=6, find dz/dtdz/dt when x=6x=6 and y=8.   z^2=x^2+y^2 z=(x^2+y^2)^(1/2) dz/dt= ..I'm stuck at this point how do I differentiate it with the square root?

implicitly differentiate y=e^(-mx)

I don't get how to do this and I'm not sure how to use the ln    y' = 

Runner and his friends (Implicit Differentiation)

A runner sprints around a circular track of radius 100m at a constant speed of 7m/s.The runner's friend is standing at a distance 200m from the center of track.How fast is the distance between the... more

use implicit differentiation to find y'

x+2y=sqrt(y)
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