# How do you differentiate #2x-y=y^2-x^2/y#?

##### 1 Answer

Use implicit differentiation. (Please see the explanation)

#### Explanation:

The process is called implicit differentiation.

Multiply both sides by -y:

Move all of the terms containing y to the left side:

Differentiate remembering that

Note: Differentiation of the term

Move all of the terms NOT containing

Factor out

Divide both sides by