The derivative with respect to 'x' is 4y3 . The derivative with respect to 'y' is 12xy2 .
The three terms are: -3xy2, 2xy and -4y3
If you mean: -x+2y = 5 and x+y = 1 then their values are x = -1 and y = 2
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It is 6.
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5(y+1)-2y5 x y = 5y5 x 1 = 55y + 5 - 2y5y - 2y = 3y3y + 5
As it appears, there is no equation but an algebraic term.
It is equal to zero.
i think you mean:1x+2y=5 1x+4=6