# Does dy/dx on its own equal 1?Watch

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(Original post by REASON_Lighters)
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No...

y=f(x)

dy/dx=f'(x)

dy/dx means the derivative of f(x) with respect to x. So dy/dx on its own has no meaning if you don't know what y is.

A solution to dy/dx=1 would be y=x+constant.
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(Original post by natninja)
No...

y=f(x)

dy/dx=f'(x)

dy/dx means the derivative of f(x) with respect to x. So dy/dx on its own has no meaning if you don't know what y is.

A solution to dy/dx=1 would be y=x+constant.
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