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I tried to take the derivative of y equation to get the right equation but I'm keep getting

Can someone explain this why I can't get to

- Feb 15th 2011, 05:26 AMfastcarslaughShow that the function y = f(x) is a solution of the given differential equation
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I tried to take the derivative of y equation to get the right equation but I'm keep getting

Can someone explain this why I can't get to - Feb 15th 2011, 06:25 AMTheEmptySet
- Feb 15th 2011, 06:34 AMfastcarslaugh
But how should I solve the

I am stuck at - Feb 15th 2011, 07:12 AMDrSteve
You don't need to evaluate that integral. It will "cancel" when you substitute into the DE.

- Feb 15th 2011, 11:14 AMfastcarslaugh
I tried this problem from another perspective.

This method that I used is a lot easier.

Ps. should i make this solved?

Also regarding TheEmptySet post, after looking at it third time that I realized that it just cancels out. So thank you TheEmptySet for your help. - Feb 15th 2011, 11:16 AMAckbeet