1)
If I separated it like this:
...can I integrate anyway and get lnY = something?
2)
This is the same above. Getting the y and x variables, but since there's not dx can I then Integrate anyway?
3)
This one I'm just not sure how to separate.
Any help on these is appreciated. I know they're simple, but well, so am I.
Thanks for the help. Just two more quick questions:
For the second one:
Is this wrong? Is there more than one solution?
And then for the third one, I'm solving for u, so:
Not sure where to go to isolate it from here to isolate u.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
I don't know what you mean by "integrate anyway". Yes, of course, you can integrate .
Oh, I see. There is a "dx"! y'= dy/dx and you can separate them: .2)
This is the same above. Getting the y and x variables, but since there's not dx can I then Integrate anyway?
Danny told you how to do the last one.3)
This one I'm just not sure how to separate.
Any help on these is appreciated. I know they're simple, but well, so am I.