Hey everyone I'm studying for a test tomorrow, and I need some help with a problem (im sure something of this sort will come up) im using a substitution, where y = vx, but you still end up with a sqrt with 2 variables in it thanks
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Originally Posted by TheUnfocusedOne Hey everyone I'm studying for a test tomorrow, and I need some help with a problem (im sure something of this sort will come up) im using a substitution, where y = vx, but you still end up with a sqrt with 2 variables in it thanks I assume you mean (there are two dx differentials): Rewrite the equation first as: from which: Then do your proposed substitution as: Solvable by separation of variables. Hope this gets you started, Coomast
gah, idiot i was trying something like that thanks
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