Re: differential equation

Hello, vervas!

We have: .

Exponentiate: .

. . . .

Re: differential equation

Are you **required** to solve for y? Many first order differential equations are satisified by some f(x, y)= constant where y is NOT a function of x. Soroban's solution (using the principle arc cosine) gives one solution out of many. Adding multiples of will give other solutions.

Re: differential equation

thank you! I got it except this part: e^x*e^c = C* e^x, could you explain that please?

Re: differential equation

to HallsofIvy

well, the question says : find the general solution of following equations, so it seems like I am not required to express it in the form y = ... but I though itīs to most useful expression