I found this problem pretty difficult... if anyone could find a method to solving it, it would be great for me in class tomorrow. Reduce to first order and solve: y'' + (1+y^-1)*(y')^2=0 thanks
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Originally Posted by ntfabolous I found this problem pretty difficult... if anyone could find a method to solving it, it would be great for me in class tomorrow. Reduce to first order and solve: y'' + (1+y^-1)*(y')^2=0 thanks First make the sub Now take the derivative with respect to x to get by the chain rule and note that so we get so subbing both of these into the equation we get This should get you started good luck.
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