(ylnx-xy) differentiate with respect to x

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(ylnx-xy) differentiate with respect to x

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y / x - y

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show him how you got it

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the point of asking help is to show them the way of "solving" it , and explaining it, not just giving the answers.

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- anonymous

Sure...
ylnx --> ln x differentiated is 1/x so
ylnx --> y /x
xy --> treat y as a constant
xy --> y
y / x - y

- anonymous

If I did that, I would be stuck on one person for quite a while.

- anonymous

aren't you forgetting something?

- anonymous

What?

- anonymous

that's why it's called "openstudy"? what's the point with throwing the answer if he/she didn't get it?

- anonymous

well he said with respect to x, so won't d/dx (x) = xx'?

- anonymous

Are you trying to get back at me for being better than you?
I mean, I did destroy you on other posts, but you don't have to be mad...

- anonymous

hi can one of you help me please!

- anonymous

Type your question out toriann.

- anonymous

lol no, the guy on the previous problem said that he didn't get it and u just yelled and threw the answer and left, that's why I'm concerned.

- anonymous

You're not concerned at all. Just trying to get back at me.

- anonymous

sstarica i got to ask a question coz i dont understand

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Type your question out there below "Mathematics" on the left side, btw.

- anonymous

sup mariha, I'll try to help :)

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ok sstarica

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i typed my question on like the wall.

- anonymous

no supervisor, don't take it negatively, read what nel said, he said that he didn't get it, go check urself

- anonymous

what's your question mariha? ^_^

- anonymous

d/dx(y log(x)-x y)
| Differentiate the sum term by term and factor out constants:
= | y (d/dx(log(x)))-y (d/dx(x))
| The derivative of x is 1:
= | y (d/dx(log(x)))-1 y
| The derivative of log(x) is 1/x:
= | 1/x y-y

- anonymous

Consider the differential equation dy/dx=(y-1)^2cos(pi*x)
A) There is a horizontal line with the equation y=c that satisfies this differential equation. Find the value of C.
B) Find the particular solution y=f(x) to the differential equation with the initial condition of f(1)=0.
Im not sure how to solve these or how the questions differ.

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