would anyone be able to show us how you would find the general solution of this differential equation in implicit form for
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Pretty close to trivial, isn't it? That's clearly a separable equation: Integrate. (Do you recognize that ?)
Last edited by HallsofIvy; March 16th 2012 at 05:37 AM.
yes I see that. I have only started calculus a few weeks ago so I do apologize. It is the y and what is ment by implicit form that is throwing me
"Implicit form" simply means that you don't have to solve for y. Clearly when you integrate the left side you have something involving . Leave it in that form.
So would the correct answer be
Originally Posted by Orlando would anyone be able to show us how you would find the general solution of this differential equation in implicit form for Hence :
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