# How do you differentiate #3xy^2+cosy^2=2x^3+5#?

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To differentiate the equation (3xy^2+\cos(y^2)=2x^3+5), you would apply the rules of differentiation to each term with respect to (x), treating (y) as a function of (x) using the chain rule when necessary. The result will give you the derivative of the equation with respect to (x).

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