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  • one year ago

Hello yall, need some calc help! Help a girl out!

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  1. alalalalalqlqlqlqlqlq
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  2. alalalalalqlqlqlqlqlq
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  3. alalalalalqlqlqlqlqlq
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    how do u know?@clarkydances

  4. alalalalalqlqlqlqlqlq
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    how do u know @clarkydances

  5. clarkydances
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    read the hint. that narrows it down

  6. FaithSmith5
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    sorry i don't know this yet i wish i could help ;-;

  7. alalalalalqlqlqlqlqlq
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    can u explain?

  8. clarkydances
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    read the hint -.- jeez

  9. myininaya
    • one year ago
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    Can you separate the variables? Can you get all your x parts on one side and get all your y parts on the other?

  10. myininaya
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    Hint: It just takes some division and multiplication.

  11. alalalalalqlqlqlqlqlq
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    oh yah thnxs

  12. myininaya
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    you have dy/dx=(1+x)/(xy) how do you get the dx on the other side? how do you get the y on the opposite side from which is now?

  13. alalalalalqlqlqlqlqlq
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    chain rule?

  14. myininaya
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    Did you see my hint on trying to get your x parts on one side and your y parts on the other?

  15. myininaya
    • one year ago
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    I said it just takes some division and multiplication. This case multiplication since we are trying to undo division.

  16. alalalalalqlqlqlqlqlq
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    the answer is c

  17. myininaya
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    I'm not getting that answer.

  18. myininaya
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    I think you should work through the problem.

  19. alalalalalqlqlqlqlqlq
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    @myininaya is it b?

  20. myininaya
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    I'm not answering this guessing game thing. I want to help not give you the answer.

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