dy/dt = t/2y+1. Find the general solution. I get that y^2 +y = 1/2t^2 + C. How do I solve for Y?
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Originally Posted by lord12 dy/dt = t/2y+1. Find the general solution. I get that y^2 +y = 1/2t^2 + C. How do I solve for Y? Complete the square. .
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Originally Posted by mr fantastic .. Yes - I was hoping that would be implied...
dy/dt = t/2y+1 y = sqrt(1/2t^2 + 1/4 +k) y(1) = 3/2
Originally Posted by lord12 dy/dt = t/2y+1 y = sqrt(1/2t^2 + 1/4 +k) y(1) = 3/2 First, your equation for is incorrect. . If , then . I think you'll find the solution is NOT unique... .
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