If I have an equation where there is a derivative surrounding the variable, how do I undo the derivative and solve for the variable?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Example would be-

A= dx/dy when x=m*v*λ^{-2}and y=y

Solving for v.

I am a beginner so please explain thoroughly.

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# Can I undo a derivative to solve for a variable?

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