How To Solve Implicit Differentiation In Two Steps ?  Entry Test Trick 
In Order to Solve Differential Equations in Which X and Y variables cannot be separated easily or sometimes, it becomes impossible for us to Solve them in a few steps. In Entry Tests, Time is Important factor. Therefore, Taleem Tutor Brings for You A Short Cut To Solve Lengthy Questions Easily In Two To Three Steps. Lets review definition of implicit equations:
An Equation Which cannot be expressed independently in terms of x and y variables.
For Example:
 The implicit equation of the unit circle is
 x^{2} y^{3} + x^{3} y^{2}
 x^{2} y^{3} + x y^{2} + x^{3} y^{2}
How To Solve in Two To Three Steps?
Steps:
 Write the Whole Equation on One Side of Equals Sign.
 First Differentiate the Function with respect to x considering y as a constant. (equation 1)
 Then Differentiate the Function with respect to y considering x as a constant. (equation 2)
 Divide (equation 1) by (equation 2) and multiply by 1.
 Simple Formula is Given Below

Lets Have an Example:
Want Practice Questions?
Here You Go >> From Text Book of FSC
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