At the point , determine the equation of the normal to the curve represented by the equation .
First, find the slope function of the curve by differentiating implicitly with respect to .
Now rearrange the equation to make the subject.
To find the slope at the point , substitute these values of and into the slope function.
If the slope of the tangent to the curve at the point is ,
then the slope of the normal is 14 .
Therefore, the equation of the normal can be found using the general equation of a straight line.