1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hey everyone. I have a mathematics exam coming up, and im always used to checking my answers using an alternative method. We have differentiation questions and i normally check them by graphing the equation on my calc and then graphing my calculated differential equation and see if the slope of the original function at any x-value (my calculator can calculate slopes) is the same as the y-value for my differential equation. My problem is, sometimes there are equations such as these: x2y + 3y2 = 5x + 9 which i cant graph because they have the y^2 and another y which isnt squared. My question is, does anybody know a way around this? 2. Relevant equations x2y + 3y2 = 5x + 9 3. The attempt at a solution I have no idea, i looked online but i didn't know what to google, so all the things that came up were just irrelevant. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.