I have a function z=f(xz+y) and I want to find the partial differential of z with respect to y (it's a general sort of question, I only need it in terms of the variables already given).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My answer would be just partial df/dy but this isn't the right answer. I'm not too hot on partial differentiation so can anyone give me a hint?

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# Homework Help: Implicit partial differentiation

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