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adam199
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Title says it all. I can't seem to eliminate y and put y' in terms of x, if it is even possible at all. After messing around the closest I got was:
y'=e^x/(cos(y)+1)
I would really appreciate the help, especially if someone can tell me if it is possible at all to eliminate y from the equation, and how I can work that out.
y'=e^x/(cos(y)+1)
I would really appreciate the help, especially if someone can tell me if it is possible at all to eliminate y from the equation, and how I can work that out.