Assume solutions of the equation

exist and find an implicit formula satisfied by these solutions.

This is a separable first order equation. We compute

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Find an implicit formula satisfied by solutions of *(tan x)(cos y) = -y′ tan y*

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Assume solutions of the equation

exist and find an implicit formula satisfied by these solutions.

This is a separable first order equation. We compute

Greeting! Very good solution indeed! But there seems to be a tiny error. Which stems from the fact that and not as the anti-derivative would require. Therefore the sign of should be inverted.

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