I am having trouble towards the end of this problem: dy/dx=(e^(y)sin^(2)x)/ysecx towards the end i get (y^(2)/2e^(y))=sin^(3)x/3 i am not sure really how to isolate y Can anyone please help?
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Originally Posted by RhotelidlewildR I am having trouble towards the end of this problem: dy/dx=(e^(y)sin^(2)x)/ysecx towards the end i get (y^(2)/2e^(y))=sin^(3)x/3 i am not sure really how to isolate y Can anyone please help? You can't! If you write it as you can integrate by parts.
my only problem with that is that i already integrated. That is how i ended up in that dilemma
Originally Posted by RhotelidlewildR I am having trouble towards the end of this problem: dy/dx=(e^(y)sin^(2)x)/ysecx towards the end i get (y^(2)/2e^(y))=sin^(3)x/3 i am not sure really how to isolate y Can anyone please help? your solution is incorrect ... using parts on the left side ... you're stuck here as far as solving for y is concerned ... unless you are skilled in using the Lambert W function.
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