ImplicitDerivative Command

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ImplicitDerivative[ <f(x, y)> ]
Gives the implicit derivative of the given expression.
Example:
ImplicitDerivative[x + 2 y] yields -0.5.

CAS Syntax

ImplicitDerivative[ <f(x, y)> ]
Gives the implicit derivative of the given expression.
Example:
ImplicitDerivative[x + 2 y] yields -\mathrm{\mathsf{ \frac{1}{2} }}.
ImplicitDerivative[ <Expression>, <Dependent Variable>, <Independent Variable> ]
Gives the implicit derivative of the given expression.
Example:
ImplicitDerivative[x^2 + y^2, y, x] yields -\mathrm{\mathsf{ \frac{x}{y} }}.
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