1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find dy/dx: ex2y=2x+2y 2. Relevant equations Answer: 2(2xyex2y)/(x2ex2y-2) 3. The attempt at a solution I'm not interested in the steps towards the answer, but more into being able to graph it and confirm it on a ti-84. The way I've been checking if my answer was right with just regular derivatives was by graphing the original equation, then asking my calculator for dy/dx at some random point x and see if it matches up with what I get from solving it by myself and inputting that same random point x. I can't do that with this because ti-84s only take it terms of one variable x. I tried seeing if I could make it so that I can get y equal something, but I can't. I tried it on a ti-89, but it told me it wasn't possible. LN(ex2y)= ln(2x+2y) x2y=ln(2x+2y) from there, I'm not quite sure where to go, or if it's even possible. I posted this calculus related problem here because what I want isn't really calculus it's just algebra type pre-cal stuff. Thank you for your time.