Plz help with this First Order Differential Equation. So the equation is: x*y'-y=x^3-1 I can't separate the variables? Anyone knows how to solve that?
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The DE can be written in the form... (1) ... so that it is linear and can be solved in 'standard way'... Kind regards
Originally Posted by gergofoto Plz help with this First Order Differential Equation. So the equation is: x*y'-y=x^3-1 I can't separate the variables? Anyone knows how to solve that? . Now we need an integrating factor: . Multiply the DE through by the integrating factor: . Now the LHS is a product rule expansion of . So .
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