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dy/dx=0

so eg if i had

dy/dx = 4xy+2x/5y^2

and you want to write this in terms of y, how is this done? is there a trick?

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dy/dx=0

so eg if i had

dy/dx = 4xy+2x/5y^2

and you want to write this in terms of y, how is this done? is there a trick?

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[tex]x(4y+\frac{2}{5y^{2}})=0[/tex]

Having as possible solutions that either x=0, or [tex]y=-\frac{1}{\sqrt[3]{10}}[/tex]

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1-2x/4+2y = 0

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Well, then along the line y=x/4-1/2, dy/dx will equal zero.

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