I've tried to get y' and y by itself and got this mess:
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by genlovesmusic09 I've tried to get y' and y by itself and got this mess: The DE can be re-written as . Use the integrating factor technique to solve it.
where did cos^3(x) go? I understand how everything else changed
Originally Posted by genlovesmusic09 where did cos^3(x) go? I understand how everything else changed This is the equation you posted (check the OP yourself): so I have no idea what you mean by where did cos^3(x) go?
yes I see the confusion. I mistyped the problem it is:
Originally Posted by genlovesmusic09 yes I see the confusion. I mistyped the problem it is: Well then, all you need to do is make the appropriate small change in my original post and then continue from there.
View Tag Cloud