How would you do this:

solve:

y^2dy - 3x^5dx = 0

the answer in the book is 2y^3 = 3x^6 + C

I am clueless how to do these types of problems. The book doesnt explain it clearly and my notes arent helping me. Thanks.

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- Aug 2nd 2007, 08:26 PMdavecs77differential equations
How would you do this:

solve:

y^2dy - 3x^5dx = 0

the answer in the book is 2y^3 = 3x^6 + C

I am clueless how to do these types of problems. The book doesnt explain it clearly and my notes arent helping me. Thanks. - Aug 2nd 2007, 08:51 PMtukeywilliams
So .

Then

Or

Let and we get

This is also separation of variables. - Aug 2nd 2007, 08:54 PMCaptainBlack