Did I solve these correctly? Attachment 30546For the first one I couldn't seperate I or III, so I think that's right. For the second I'm pretty sure I separated them right but I'm not totally confident about it.

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- Mar 28th 2014, 11:54 AMcanyouhelpSeparating variables for an equation?
Did I solve these correctly? Attachment 30546For the first one I couldn't seperate I or III, so I think that's right. For the second I'm pretty sure I separated them right but I'm not totally confident about it.

- Mar 28th 2014, 10:54 PMhollywoodRe: Separating variables for an equation?
On #6, you still have a function of x on the left-hand side.

- Hollywood - Mar 29th 2014, 10:39 AMcanyouhelpRe: Separating variables for an equation?
- Mar 30th 2014, 10:04 PMhollywoodRe: Separating variables for an equation?
If you divide both sides by $\displaystyle e^{-x}$ (or multiply by $\displaystyle e^x$), you get answer #2.

- Hollywood - Mar 31st 2014, 05:58 AMcanyouhelpRe: Separating variables for an equation?