anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't understand implicit differentiation at all. Anyone willing to help?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@peachpi i need ur help
Empty
  • Empty
Yeah I can help you with implicit differentiation, what would you like to know? If you have some problem we could work through or if you want me to make one up it might help.
Castiel
  • Castiel
I'm actually studying that too now so I'll try to help as well

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Loser66
  • Loser66
Thanks for reply. " I " am offline now. hwahahaha....
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Empty If you could make up a problem and do a step-by-step review that would help a lot. Thank you
Empty
  • Empty
Sure, let's look at this problem and just do implicit differentiation. \[y^{1/2}=x\] doing implicit differentiation (for no real reason, we could just square both sides and to this normally, but let's pretend we didn't notice that) we get: \[\frac{1}{2} y^{-1/2}y' = 1\] Let's solve for y', \[y' = 2y^{1/2}\] Plug in the original value from the start for \(y^{1/2}=x\) to get \[y'=2x\] which is totally what we would have gotten had we done it the simpler way.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okie Doke. Thank you so much @Empty
Empty
  • Empty
That's it? No questions? :?

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