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How do I input a function in order to get 4th implicit differentiation?

Posted 9 years ago

I have a project that is on mathematica. And it is asking me to find y^(4) of this function x^2-10y^2=(X^3-12y^2-x^3)^2. Can anybody help me with this? Thank you!

POSTED BY: Elli Lee

If I understand correctly, you need to first solve for "y" in an equation.

You can type the following into the natural language input

"Solve for y in x^2-10y^2=(X^3-12y^2-x^3)^2"

and it will show you how to use the Solve function:

Solve[x^2 - 10*y^2 == (-x^3 + X^3 - 12*y^2)^2, y]
POSTED BY: Sean Clarke
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