One more diff equation. Do i still use integrating method to differentiate this one?
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Originally Posted by moolimanj One more diff equation. Do i still use integrating method to differentiate this one? Your DE has a t in it ..... Did you mean: A. B. C. None of the above. The DE is as posted.
Originally Posted by mr fantastic Your DE has a t in it ..... Did you mean: A. B. C. None of the above. The DE is as posted. is seperable: and you can make y the subject if you want ......
Last edited by mr fantastic; February 14th 2008 at 02:34 AM. Reason: Changed all the x's to t's after reading post #4
apoligies made a mistake it should read dy/dt so it is A below
Originally Posted by moolimanj apoligies made a mistake it should read dy/dt so it is A below OK. Read post #3.
Thanks Mr Fantastic, just to check, if i rearrange for y I get the following: If I then try and calculate the partucular solution that satisfies initial condition: y(1)=5 I get C =
Originally Posted by moolimanj Thanks Mr Fantastic, just to check, if i rearrange for y I get the following: If I then try and calculate the partucular solution that satisfies initial condition: y(1)=5 I get C = Two small mistakes I think: 1. . The square root goes over the 1 as well. 2. It's probably easier to sub t = 1, y = 5 into : etc.
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