solve the differential equation, subject to given condition (x^2)(y')+1/y^2=0 , y(1)=2 any help would be appreciated. thanks! i ended up with -x^-2=y^3 and im stuck but im pretty sure im doing it wrong =/
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Hello, s0urgrapes! Solve the differential equation, subject to given condition . . Separate variables: . Integrate: . From , we have: . Therefore: .
wow thanks alot i think the mistake i made was making the -2 into a -3 while integrating instead of -1 like it should be
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