hi all, i have this differential equation to solve... i know it is homogeneous, so i can put but i still can't solve this... i get to: where do i go from here? thanks
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Originally Posted by vonflex1 hi all, i have this differential equation to solve... i know it is homogeneous, so i can put but i still can't solve this... i get to: where do i go from here? thanks Move the z to the right and separate.
how do i separate it? there's that 1, so i can't divide by z...
Originally Posted by vonflex1 how do i separate it? there's that 1, so i can't divide by z... Here's what I mean so
i understand what you did there, and i will get but what next? how do i get back afterward back to y?
Originally Posted by Danny Here's what I mean so Integrating gives . Solve for and then use your substitution.
thanks, i get it now.
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