Regard y as the independent variable and x as the dependent variable and use implicit differentiation to find dx/dy for y*sec(x) = 5*x*tan(y).
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Given the expression `y*sec(x) = 5*x*tan(y)` the value of `dx/dy` has to be determined. Using implicit differentiation
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