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## Homework Statement

d/dx(E^xy+y)

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

How do you differentiate this phrase

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d/dx(E^xy+y)

How do you differentiate this phrase

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Char. Limit

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Well, is y a function of x? If not, it's a constant, and differentiating a constant is easy.

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e^xy+y=x-1

is a solution to the de dy/dx=(e^-xy-y)/(e^-xy+X)

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how are you certain that y is a function of x?

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or how can u tell, is what i mean

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e^xy+y=x-1

is a solution to the de dy/dx=(e^-xy-y)/(e^-xy+X)

Please don't make us guess what the problem is. Use parentheses to indicate what the exponent on e is.

In the numerator, is it e

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e^(-xy)+X same for bottom

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Much better.

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