Not the most difficult of problems, conceptually nor computationally, but management -wise:

If $x^{2} + xy + y^{3}= 1$, find the value of $y'''$ at the point where $x=1$

Check out the solution and discussion here.

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Not the most difficult of problems, conceptually nor computationally, but management -wise:

If $x^{2} + xy + y^{3}= 1$, find the value of $y'''$ at the point where $x=1$

Check out the solution and discussion here.