Hello Everybody! can someone help me out with this question. I am struggling with it so much. cos(x)* dy/dx + (sin(x)) * y = 1 Thanks a lot for your help, i appreciate it.
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Originally Posted by kithy Hello Everybody! can someone help me out with this question. I am struggling with it so much. cos(x)* dy/dx + (sin(x)) * y = 1 Thanks a lot for your help, i appreciate it. Did you try ?
I don't know how to apply the integrating factor
Originally Posted by kithy I don't know how to apply the integrating factor Ok, here are two links to help you through this. If you have any problems just post back and someone here will be happy to help you Integrating factor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Integrating Factor -- from Wolfram MathWorld
Originally Posted by kithy Hello Everybody! can someone help me out with this question. I am struggling with it so much. cos(x)* dy/dx + (sin(x)) * y = 1 Thanks a lot for your help, i appreciate it. Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Did you try ? @Mathstud: Look at your own reference: So the integrating factor is -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark @Mathstud: Look at your own reference: So the integrating factor is -Dan Dang it! I forgot to linearize it, . I am very very sorry Kithy if I caused some confusion.
Originally Posted by topsquark @Mathstud: Look at your own reference: So the integrating factor is -Dan Err.. Am I missing something?
I think that was just a typo.
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