Consider the differntial equation dy/dx= (y-1)^2 cos(πx) I did everything, but don't get this one part of the problem.. b) There is a horizontal line with equation y=c that satisfies this differential equation. Find the value of c.
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Originally Posted by elpermic Consider the differntial equation dy/dx= (y-1)^2 cos(πx) I did everything, but don't get this one part of the problem.. b) There is a horizontal line with equation y=c that satisfies this differential equation. Find the value of c. A horizontal line satisfies . If is such that satisfies the equation, then we must have for every . This implies . Conversely, is a solution.
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