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angie76

  • one year ago

implicit differentiate sin(x+y)=2x-2y

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  1. Johnbc
    • 10 months ago
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    You will need to use an identity to separate the X and Y in the sine value and set one side to only Y variables and the other to only X and differentiate from there but I do not see any other indication of a differential equation in your problem.

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