# How to solve this Differential Equation problem??

• July 24th 2007, 05:37 AM
zegulas
How to solve this Differential Equation problem??
I am tryin to solve it, plz help me yaar

solve it using the Variable Separable Form:

y (2 log y + 1) dy= (Sinx + xCosx) dx
• July 24th 2007, 06:27 AM
CaptainBlack
Quote:

Originally Posted by zegulas
I am tryin to solve it, plz help me yaar

solve it using the Variable Separable Form:

y (2 log y + 1) dy= (Sinx + xCosx) dx

So you are asking for the integrals:

$
\int [2 y \log(y) + y] dy
$

and:

$
\int [\sin(x) + x \cos(x)] dx
$

RonL
• July 24th 2007, 06:44 AM
curvature
Quote:

Originally Posted by zegulas
I am tryin to solve it, plz help me yaar

solve it using the Variable Separable Form:

y (2 log y + 1) dy= (Sinx + xCosx) dx

Just integrate both sides of the equation: