What is the derivative of e^cosx+e^siny=1/4

Amaris Orr 2022-09-23 Answered
What is the derivative of e cos x + e sin y = 1 4
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brodireo1
Answered 2022-09-24 Author has 12 answers
What to you mean exactly? You can calculate the derivative of a function in the form y = f ( x ) (or, in your case, z = f ( x , y ) , but what do you mean with the derivative of something like f ( x , y ) = c ? You only want to know which the derivative of e cos ( x ) + e sin ( x ) is?
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