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can you please explain how to to find dy/dx for the function x^2 y+ Y^2 x = -2

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I need to find dy/dx of this function and evaluate the derivative at the point (2,-1)
x^2 y+y^2 x = -2.

 

asked Feb 28, 2014 in CALCULUS by mathgirl Apprentice

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Derivative both sides with respected to x

Apply the prodect property : d / d x ( u v ) = u v ' + v u ' and power property : d / dx ( x n ) = n  * x n -1

Evaluate the derivative  at the point ( 2 , - 1).

Derivative of    is not defind at the point ( 2 , - 1).

answered Apr 4, 2014 by friend Mentor

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