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Dy/dx

if xy=tan(xy),proof that dy/dx=-y/x
Question asked by: rohanrkb

Asked on: 02 Jun 2010

Xy=tan(xy)

therefore

dy/dx=-y/x

by differentiation

By: daveyc
Replied at: 06 Jun 2010
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