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Q: What is the derivative of -x-y?

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f'(x)xy=yx(y-1) f'(x)2=2x1=2x

xy - xy = 0

xy + xy = 2xy

"Derivative of"

It is an expression in the form of: xy+7

Algebraic expressions have derivatives. Equations have solutions (sometimes). I suppose you could dfferentiate each term of this equation with respect to x: cos(xy) gives -sin(xy)(y+xdy/dx), -y3 gives -3y2dy/dx, and 4x2y gives 8xy +4x2dy/dx

Men are XY.

The answer depends on whether xy are commutative numbers or operators in a permutation group.

well, the second derivative is the derivative of the first derivative. so, the 2nd derivative of a function's indefinite integral is the derivative of the derivative of the function's indefinite integral. the derivative of a function's indefinite integral is the function, so the 2nd derivative of a function's indefinite integral is the derivative of the function.

Well if you have found the derivative (slope of the tangent line) of the curve at that point and you know the xy coordinates for that point in the curve then you set it up in y=mx+b format where y is your y-coordinate, x is your x-coordinate and m is your derivative and solve for b

XY

Half of XY...

a males gines are xy and females gines are xx. and there is no yy gines

The GCF is xy

If you mean: xy2/xy then it can be simplified to y

The sum of xy times 3 is equal to 3(xy).

The chromosome is xy.

(-5xy):(-xy)=

xy + z

xy/-3

No, Kyle XY was canceled by the people who created Kyle XY!

Yes, xy is the same as yx, but should always be written as xy.

The male chromosome

xy = 50

Xy is a boy