Answer to Question #7840 in Calculus for Samantha
5.) x^4+sin y=x^3y^5
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2. 4y^2=(3x-2)/(3x+2)here we can easily derive expression for y:
y=+-0.5sqty((3x-2)/(3x+2)) and then derive it as usual
3. x=sin y
here we can also derive expression for y:
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