## Implicit Differentiation (2)

Implicit Differentiation

Implicit Differentiation involves finding the derivative of a function \[y=f(x),\]by first finding the derivative of a function \[g\left(x, y(x) \right),\]and then solving for \[\frac{dy}{dx}.\]

As such, it involves both the chain rule for differentiation, and (potentially), the rule for differentiating a product.

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