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use implicit differentiation to compute (dy/dx) for the following questions:) 3x^2 + 6xy^3-2y = 10 B.

use implicit differentiation to compute (dy/dx) for the following questions:

A.) 3x^2 + 6xy^3-2y = 10


B.) cos(2x) = 8e^y

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A.) 3x^2 + 6xy^3-2y = 10
Solution:B.) cos(2x) = 8e^y
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