I remembered the other day that a while back my teacher (can't remember what topic, think it was implicit differentiation) had something like dy/dx and said to us that you could times both sides of the quation by dx as long as you don't tell any pure mathematician.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I was wondering why pure mathematicians don't like this if it gives the correct answer.

Sorry for the dodgy post I just can't remember all the details of what was going on as it was a few months ago.

Hope it isn't to unclear =S

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# Splitting the Derivitive

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