hey so i had a separable equation: dy/dx = e^(x-y) + e^x + e^-y + 1 so far i got dy/dx = e^x / e^y + e^x + e^-y + 1 dy/dx = (e^y + e^x*e^y + 1 + e^x) / e^x i dont know how to separate the y from the x. any ideas thanks alot
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Originally Posted by ubhutto hey so i had a separable equation: dy/dx = e^(x-y) + e^x + e^-y + 1 so far i got dy/dx = e^x / e^y + e^x + e^-y + 1 dy/dx = (e^y + e^x*e^y + 1 + e^x) / e^x i dont know how to separate the y from the x. any ideas thanks alot Who told you this was separable? Unless I'm missing a cute substitution trick it isn't. -Dan
(e^y)dy/dx = e^x + e^(x+y) +1 + e^y (e^y)dy/dx = (e^y + 1)(e^x +1) is separable
Originally Posted by JJacquelin (e^y)dy/dx = e^x + e^(x+y) +1 + e^y (e^y)dy/dx = (e^y + 1)(e^x +1) is separable Ah! My bad. -Dan
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