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    Integrating with initial condition

    The equation is

    \frac{dy}{dx} = 5x^2 - \frac{6}{y-2}

    Can you just move the \frac{6}{y-2} to the other side and multiply by dx? Not sure this will works since then the term \frac{6}{y-2} will also have a dx in it.

    Also the initial condition is (-1,-4).

    It also asks for eulers method for f(0) using 2 steps. I got .625, not sure if I did it right. Can someone check it for me?
    Last edited by Cakecake; February 22nd 2009 at 11:16 AM.
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