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use implicit differentiation to find dy/dx of cos(y^2)+x=e^y

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  1. ZeHanz
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    Differentiate both sides, using the Chain Rule: -2ysin(y²)*y'+1=y'e^y. Now collect terms and solve for y' (=dy/dx).

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    where did you get the 1 from?

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    It's the derivative of x

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    oh wow thank you should've known that one

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    yw!

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    so worried about the e^y i forgot about x lol

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    It's only a small error you won't be making next time...

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