(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); I would like to eliminate the arbitrary constant in this equation:

2. x^3-3x^2y=C

3. I tried differentiating with respect to x:

x^3-3x^2y=C

3x^2-(3x^2+6xy)=0?

This is where i dunno what I will do next. I dunno know what the result of differentiating C with respect to x. I assumed it is zero but I don't know if its right. Pls help me thanks

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# Homework Help: Eliminate arbitrary constant

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