## How do you differentiate production function?

Production functions are specific to the product. Different products have different production functions. The amount of labor a farmer uses to produce a bushel of corn is likely different than that required to produce an automobile.

### What is the application of implicit differentiation?

Implicit differentiation is the special case of related rates where one of the variables is time. Implicit differentiation has an important application: it allows to compute the derivatives of inverse functions. It is good that we review this, because we can use these derivatives to find anti-derivatives.

**What is implicit and explicit function?**

An implicit function is a function, written in terms of both dependent and independent variables, like y-3×2+2x+5 = 0. Whereas an explicit function is a function which is represented in terms of an independent variable.

**How do you find the implicit function?**

The function y = x2 + 2x + 1 that we found by solving for y is called the implicit function of the relation y − 1 = x2 + 2x. In general, any function we get by taking the relation f(x, y) = g(x, y) and solving for y is called an implicit function for that relation.

## How do I do implicit differentiation?

To use implicit differentiation, start by taking the derivative of each side of the equation, treating the dependent variable as a function of the independent variable, and applying the product rule. Differentiate both sides, then algebraically solve for the intended derivative.

### What is meant by implicit differentiation?

Implicit differentiation is the process of deriving an equation without isolating y. It is used generally when it is difficult or impossible to solve for y. This is done by simply taking the derivative of every term in the equation ($ \\frac{dy}{dx} $).

**How does implicit differentiation work?**

Implicit differentiation is no different to many of the manipulations you already do with equations – as long as you do the same thing to both sides of an equality, then the equality is preserved. You’re very used to adding, subtracting, or scaling both sides of an equation.

**What is a real life application of implicit differentiation?**

Implicit diﬀerentiation has an important application: it allows to compute the derivatives of inverse functions. It is good that we review this, because we canuse these derivatives to ﬁnd anti-derivatives. We have seen this already. Lets do it again. 5Find the derivative of log(x) by diﬀerentiating exp(log(x)) =x.