In this page differentiation of implicit function we are going to see some examples to understand where we have to apply this method.
Definition of implicit function:
When the relation between x and y is given by an equation in the form of f(x,y) = 0 and the equation is not easily solvable for y, then y is said to be implicit function.
Find dy/dx when x⁴ + 5 xy + y⁴ = 2
Differentiating with respect to x on both sides
4x³ + 5 [x (dy/dx) + y (1) ] + 4 y³ = 0
4x³ + 5[x (dy/dx) + y ] + 4 y³ = 0
4x³ + 5x (dy/dx) + 5y + 4 y³ = 0
5x (dy/dx) = -4x³ - 5y - 4 y³
dy/dx = (-4x³ - 5y - 4 y³)/5x
dy/dx = -(4x³ + 5y + 4 y³)/5x
dy/dx = -(4x³/5x + 5y/5x + 4 y³/5x)
dy/dx = -(4x²/5 + y/x + 4y³/5x)
differentiation of implicit function
Find dy/dx when y tan x - y² cos x + 2x = 0
Differentiating with respect to x
y (sec² x) + tan x (dy/dx) - [ y² (- sin x) + cos x (2y)(dy/dx) ] + 2 (1) = 0
y sec² x + tan x (dy/dx) - [ - y² sin x + 2y cos x (dy/dx) ] + 2 = 0
y sec² x + tan x (dy/dx) + y² sin x - 2y cos x (dy/dx) + 2 = 0
tan x (dy/dx) - 2y cos x (dy/dx) = -y sec² x - y² sin x - 2
tan x (dy/dx) - 2y cos x (dy/dx) = -[y sec² x + y² sin x + 2]
dy/dx [tan x - 2y cos x] = -[y sec² x + y² sin x + 2]
dy/dx = -[y sec² x + y² sin x + 2]/[tan x - 2y cos x]
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