anonymous
  • anonymous
Find dy/dx in terms of t if x=te^t, y=-10t-10e^t. I know the steps but I don't know what e^t is....Is the derivative just e^t? Please help!
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  • schrodinger
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hawkfalcon
  • hawkfalcon
Can you show me the process you use?
anonymous
  • anonymous
so I would just get the derivative of both of them and then put dy/dx. So i would get dx=e^t and idk how to get dy. Im not sure if dx is even correct...
anonymous
  • anonymous
the answer just has to be in dy/dx form but I'm having trouble getting the derivative of e^t.....

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hawkfalcon
  • hawkfalcon
Interesting. I believe that you would need to put it in terms of dx/dt fist.
hawkfalcon
  • hawkfalcon
d/dx(e^t)would be dt/dx(e^t) >.< Not sure how you would make it in terms of dy/dx. sorry:(
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmmmm okays thanks though!
hawkfalcon
  • hawkfalcon
*random googling* http://www.enallax.com/exams/ckat/analysi/parametric.pdf
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks!
hawkfalcon
  • hawkfalcon
:D glad that helped!

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