Given that sin y = xy + x^2, find dy/dx in terms of x and y. ( 5 marks).
I have rearranged this equation to get the equation in terms of y=(siny/x) - x . Is this correct so far? If so, how do i differentiate siny/x?
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- 05-03-2018 19:53
- 05-03-2018 19:56
use implicit differentiation. don't rearrange for y.