Small Kevin Neary

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Using implicit differentiation, solve for y’ if you are given (x-y^3)/(y+x^2 )=x+2


Small Tutor Jack Kim

First, simplify the equation but eliminating the denominator: (x-y^3 )=(x+2)(y+x^...

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