I'm having some trouble with this problem can i separate it into dy/dx=(8y)(ln(x))(1/x) or am I approaching it wrong? this is what I got when I tried it thanks
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Originally Posted by jason0 I'm having some trouble with this problem can i separate it into dy/dx=(8y)(ln(x))(1/x) or am I approaching it wrong? this is what I got when I tried it thanks $\displaystyle \frac{dy}{y} = \frac{8\ln{x}}{x} \, dx$ $\displaystyle \ln|y| = 4\left(\ln{x}\right)^2 + C$ note where the square is on the right side.
I agree with your answer.
Originally Posted by pickslides I agree with your answer. Originally Posted by skeeter $\displaystyle \frac{dy}{y} = \frac{8\ln{x}}{x} \, dx$ $\displaystyle \ln|y| = 4\left(\ln{x}\right)^2 + C$ note where the square is on the right side. Got it, was just needed to take out the abs value on the right side, thanks
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