This tool helps you calculate the derivative of an implicitly defined function with respect to a given variable.

## Implicit Differentiation Calculator

Use this calculator to find the implicit derivative of functions. Enter the function, variables, and the variable with respect to which you want to differentiate.

### How to Use:

- Enter your function in the format x^2 + y^2 = 1.
- Specify the variables x and y (default is x and y).
- Enter the variable with respect to which you want to differentiate (e.g., x or y).
- Click Calculate to see the result.

### How It Works:

The calculator parses the entered equation and replaces the variables with function representations for differentiation. It then calculates the derivative term by term, based on the variable entered for differentiation, and returns the final result.

### Limitations:

This calculator has several limitations:

- It only handles basic polynomial terms.
- It cannot handle complex functions or functions involving trigonometric, logarithmic, or exponential terms.
- The input must be well-formed and use simple algebraic notation.