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tan(e^x)-x = cos(e^y) differentiate implicitly. Not sure if I typed this in right to alpha wolfram http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=implicit+derivative+of%3A+tan%28e%5Ex%29-x+%3D+cos%28e%5Ey%29. Any help would be greatly appreciated

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i forget highschool calc

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i believe its

e^x sec^2(e^x) - 1 = -e^y sin(e^y)

e^x sec^2(e^x) - 1 = -e^y sin(e^y)

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this is what i got as well. The answer this sheet gives me is( -tan^2e^x)/(sine^y) hopefully it's wrong because i can't get it

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tan(e^x)-x = cos(e^y)

ok, so you would get.... e^xsec^2(e^x)-1 = e^y (dy/dx)(-sin(e^y))

and then solve for dy/dx:

(e^(x-y)sec^2(e^x)-1)/(-sin(e^y)) = dy/dx

anyone else get that? Im not sure if that's right

ok, so you would get.... e^xsec^2(e^x)-1 = e^y (dy/dx)(-sin(e^y))

and then solve for dy/dx:

(e^(x-y)sec^2(e^x)-1)/(-sin(e^y)) = dy/dx

anyone else get that? Im not sure if that's right

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same, i was in a calc class that I never did homework or studied in and still got and A. That being said most the people in my class got Cs

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you need a dy/dx since it's implicit

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Just kidding. It is differentiating shit from like calc 1. I completely forget how to do that. But you probably have to use trig differentiations and chain rule.

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Yeah ^ that seems about right, but you forgot the implicit part with dy/dx and stuff, but knowing what variable you're doing with this with respect to would help. I'd guess x, you the ys need to be dy/dx right? Haven't done one of those a while.

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yup yup you're very right

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(e^x)sec^2(e^x)-1=(e^y)dy/dx(-sin(e^y))

then solve for dy/dx

i think thats right, i could quite possibly be wrong though

then solve for dy/dx

i think thats right, i could quite possibly be wrong though

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yup that's what I got, but somehow it's supposed to be

( -tan^2e^x)/(sine^y).... I don't remember all my trig identities so I can't get any farther than solving for dy/dx with what you got.

( -tan^2e^x)/(sine^y).... I don't remember all my trig identities so I can't get any farther than solving for dy/dx with what you got.

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Ya your just not using your trig identities

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