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Yes I am.

Yeah that makes sense to me.

So what do you get for the orange stuff? :o

Do you mean what did I get when I did the work or do I solve your work now?

We can continue with your work, I was no where close so it's all wrong.

((dy/dx)(5y^4y)) +((dy/dx)(3x^2y^2))+ ((d/dx)(5x^4))=(d/dx)(49)

hmm

I think you're having a little trouble with your chain rule...
or something.. hmm

Too confusing? :O

So how does this lead into the answer?

I understand how to get this, but where do we go next?

Well we've gotta get these terms set up correctly.
Your middle derivative is looking strange.