Use the method of separating the variables to find the general solution of the equation
dy/dx - 2xy = 0
Could somebody please explain this method of separating variables because i have never been taught it (taught different syllabus). Only 4 mark question so guessing its nothing difficult.
See this tutorial
http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...-tutorial.html
OK i'm struggling to understand that.
I've remembered that when theres a log in the solution I have been taught to put the constant of integration inside like this:
[lnAy = x^2] where A is the constant
so then i get
e^x² = Ay
y = (1/A)e^x²
however this contradicts your answer