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If [√(1-x^6)]+[√(1-y^6)]=a(x^3-y^3) then show that dy/dx=x^2/y^2 . [√(1-y^6)]/[√(1-x^6)]

If [√(1-x^6)]+[√(1-y^6)]=a(x^3-y^3) then show that dy/dx=x^2/y^2 . [√(1-y^6)]/[√(1-x^6)]

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Saurabh Koranglekar
askIITians Faculty 10341 Points
one year ago
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