## MayyaS 4 years ago what is derivative of y*ln(x+y-2)

1. msayer3

are you looking for derivative in terms of x or y?

2. clauixx

well the derivate of Ln is 1/x Just reemplace

3. MayyaS

implicit diffr.

4. Ana2

Product rule: derivative (a*b) = derivative a * b + a * derivative b (y*ln(x+y-2)) ' dy/dx * ln(x+y-2) + y * (1 + dy/dx) * 1 / (x+y-2)

5. Annand

product rule $y'*\ln(x+y-2)+y*(1+y')/(x+y-2)$

6. MayyaS

that is it!