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Question 05 (b)

Let ${\displaystyle x,y}$ satisfy the equation ${\displaystyle x^{y}=5y-x+1}$. Find ${\displaystyle {\frac {dy}{dx}}}$ at the point ${\displaystyle (x,y)=\left(1,{\frac {1}{5}}\right)}$.

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