anonymous
  • anonymous
use implicit differentiation to find the equation of the line tagent to x2+y2=4 at the point (0,2)
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NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
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NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
its what i get
anonymous
  • anonymous
how did you get that?

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NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
with a calculator
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm completely lost. what did you even plug in?
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
x2+y2=4 at the point (0,2) this
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
i xan post a pic if it helps
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NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
i do math fun
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah I tried mathway and it didn't help at all.
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
no i dont do mathway i mean my math is fun
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
did my pic help?
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
i can give u something that explains an equation completely
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
ittl explain it just like the pic though
anonymous
  • anonymous
its not just that like my online class isn't explaing how it wants the answer submitted and im just confused on how to enter it in as well.
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
ok post a pic of your entering thing
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
did i get it right though
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
?
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
i got it wrong didnt I
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry im trying to attach the snap shot.
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
oh did i get it right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
that im not too sure
NetherCreep333
  • NetherCreep333
oh
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  • NetherCreep333
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  • NetherCreep333
Hello?
anonymous
  • anonymous
it won't let me attachthe file
IrishBoy123
  • IrishBoy123
clare you need to do \(\dfrac{d}{dx} (x^2 + y^2)= \dfrac{d}{dx} (4)\) RHS is clearly zero on LHS you should know \(\dfrac{d}{dx} (x^2 )\) for \(\dfrac{d}{dx} (y^2 )\) use chain rule \(\dfrac{d}{dx} (y^2 ) = \dfrac{d}{dy} (y^2 ) \dfrac{dy}{dx}\)

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