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# A Level Differentiation

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1. Stuck on this question.

Find dy/dx in terms of y given that x=y^3 siny
2. (Original post by LukeMontgomery)
Stuck on this question.

Find dy/dx in terms of y given that x=y^3 siny
You could find dx/dy and then flip it to get dy/dx
3. (Original post by lyamlim97)
You could find dx/dy and then flip it to get dy/dx
How do you do that?
4. (Original post by LukeMontgomery)
How do you do that?
dy/dx = 1/ (dx/dy)

Does that make sense? By flipping it, i meant to inverse it
5. (Original post by LukeMontgomery)
How do you do that?
Use the product rule to differentiate , then use the fact that
6. find dx/dy then write down the reciprocal ?

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