Assuming 'y' and 'x' as the axes of nominal orthogonal co-ordinate system - gradient would be defined to be 'dy/dx'Sorry everyone,
Can't do this one, just trying find the coordinates where the gradient would equal 1, equation is x=18/(113-200y)
Help with the answer and the method would be great.
Initially I was going to suggest differentiating with respect to \(y\), since the value required for the gradient (1) is the multiplicative inverse of itself, but I thought this very well may be a problem where implicit differentiation is expected. But had I gone with my initial approach, we'd have:I agree with MarkFL thinking that one does not need to solve for y. The problem might even be in the implicit differentiation section.