Jaweria
Need help with this question. Find dy/dx: 5x^3+2y^3=21.



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Jaweria
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Anyone can please help me with this?

Jaweria
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hmmm no one??

karan000
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implicit diff
15x^2+6y^2dy/dx=0
dy/dx=15x^2/6y^2

Jaweria
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karan I still didnt get that can anyone explain it to me in detail this is the new course for me and I am still learning I really need

Jaweria
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big help

karan000
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Well if you can wait a few minutes I can try writing it out and posting the image

Jaweria
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yes sure I can wait :)

Infinyte
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Well, i got this far.

Infinyte
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thats for y

Jaweria
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is that necessary to put it in radical form thats making me confuse

Infinyte
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yeah sorry for that, let me see if i can put that in better terms...

Jaweria
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When you will be able to help me out?

Jaweria
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because I need to submit my homework todaay

Infinyte
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im going as fast as i can right now
just a second

Jaweria
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thanks

Infinyte
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ive got nothing. for some reason i keep getting open equations.