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If e^x +e^y  =e^x+y Then prove         dy/dx  + e^y-x =0
Asked by iasaspirant20s | 09 Oct, 2022, 02:31: PM Expert Answer
e^x + e^y = e^x+y
Differentiating w.r.t x, we get
e^x + e^y dy/dx = e^x+y (1 + dy/dx)
dy/dx (e^y - e^x+y) = e^x+y - e^x
dy/dx = (1 - e^-y)/(e^-x - 1)
Answered by Renu Varma | 20 Oct, 2022, 09:21: AM

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