Show that, with a suitable value of the constant , the substitution reduces the differential equation to Preparing for an exam,so all help is greatly appreciated Edit Ooops.Forgot the y The expression is
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Originally Posted by I-Think Show that, with a suitable value of the constant , the substitution reduces the differential equation to Preparing for an exam,so all help is greatly appreciated Get using the product rule. Get by using the product rule to differentiate your expression for . Substitute your expressions for and into the DE and simplify. If you need more help please show what you've done and say where you get stuck.
Still in a spot of bother over the differentiation process. If Using the product rule And When I substitute this into the equation, I'm not getting the correct answer. May I have more guidance please?
Originally Posted by I-Think Still in a spot of bother over the differentiation process. If Using the product rule And When I substitute this into the equation, I'm not getting the correct answer. May I have more guidance please? Have you checked for careless mistakes?
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