Find a solution to the following equation.
$\displaystyle e^{\frac{d^2y}{dx^2}} + e^{\frac{dy}{dx}} + e^{y} = 8$
My thoughts: This question is a joke right? short of guessing i can't think of a way to solve this.
All comments are welcome.
Find a solution to the following equation.
$\displaystyle e^{\frac{d^2y}{dx^2}} + e^{\frac{dy}{dx}} + e^{y} = 8$
My thoughts: This question is a joke right? short of guessing i can't think of a way to solve this.
All comments are welcome.
There's probably a special name. It's not Clairaut's equation, but if you look into it, you'll see it's not so unusual to have equations of this form .....
Where'd the question come from, anyway?