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#1 2021-05-15 03:48:25

mathland
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Registered: 2021-03-25
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Implicit Differentiation

Given . (x + y^2)^3 = 3x, find dy/dx. Then evaluate the slope m at x = 4.

Let me see.

I see the chain rule here.

Yes?

I know that dy/dx = m = slope.

Yes?

After finding dy/dx = m, I must evaluate the slope at x = 4.

Yes?

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