I am trying to use Maple to graph one variable vs. another. This is normally a simple issue, but the equations I have involving both of the variables is transcendental and it is impossible to solve for the variable I wish to be the independent variable. Does anyone know how I can go about graphing the one variable vs. the other in Maple? The equation has the following form:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]y\tan(yx)=\sqrt{1-y}[/tex]

Is there anyway I can graph y vs. a and not loose any solutions or is what I'm asking for impossible?

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# Transcendental Equations for Maple

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