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    Newbie omeganeu's Avatar
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    differentail equation solution

    Hi

    please help me to solve this differentail equation to find h(x)

    {y(x)h(x)-ak(x)[k(x)h(x)]} = 0

    where a is a constant, y(x), k(x) are functions of x but a I do not know any more about them I want to find only h(x) .... I think it will be some kind of exponential function but how I can solve the equation
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    Shouldn't there be a = sign somewhere?
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    what do you mean?
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    Well it's a differential equation but there's no equals sign. You can't solve for something without an equals sign somewhere.
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    sorry

    {y(x)h(x)-ak(x)[k(x)h(x)]} =0
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