Find dy/dx in terms of x and y if (x^6)+(y^2)= sqrt(13). dy/dx=

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Differentiate for x, y is a function of x,

 

6x^5+2y'y=0

y'=-6x^5/2y

Answer: dy/(dx)=-3x^5/y

 

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