How do you find the antiderivatives of: 1. x+4y^(3)*[(x^(2)+1)^2]*dy/dx=0 2. (y^2)/(x^6)=dy/dx 3. y^2+1=dy/dx 4. y'=(sinx)/(siny) Thanks!
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Well, they are some differential equations. In fact,they are all separable differential equations.
Last edited by curvature; June 5th 2007 at 11:42 PM.
Originally Posted by sw3etazngyrl How do you find the antiderivatives of: 1. x+4y^(3)*[(x^(2)+1)^2]*dy/dx=0 ... Hello, For the RHS use integration by substitution:
Last edited by earboth; June 6th 2007 at 04:33 AM.
Originally Posted by earboth Hello, For the RHS use integration by substitution: hi was wondering if there are any constant? edit ok its fixed
the solution of the 1st question again
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