I have moved to the non-homogeneous equations and was doing the question and the answer given is, Now, After I got it in the form (after converting it into homogeneous form) , I simplified it till , Then, Where does my mistake lie?
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Originally Posted by Altair I have moved to the non-homogeneous equations and was doing the question and the answer given is, Now, After I got it in the form (after converting it into homogeneous form) , [This looks correct!] I simplified it till , Then, Where does my mistake lie? (+const.) If v = y/x then this is equal to . Then the ln(x) term will cancel with the ln(x) on the right-hand side.
Hello, Altair! and the answer given is: . I got it in the form: . . . . . Correct! I would separate it like this: . Then we have: . Integrate: . Back-substitute: . . . Therefore: .
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