Put and that'd turn the ODE into a separable one.
I got a problem in DE too
I checked all the possible methods that I've learned so far includes Linear, Homogeneous,Bernoulli, and exact equation however none of them worked for me
Please give me just a little hint on this.
an you give me a little explain? ,why is it not negative?
I found the SOLN , and plug back to orginal problem, with both case c=+-2
,looks like both satify the problem.....
I dont really understand...
And what about uniqueness ... ???? I though they said IVP is unique soln, but... I found 2 C's....
Hi, i read over this post i think i know how to find a "general solution" for this probelm. Its actually a specific case for this problem, but it'll help you find an integrating factor in the form . where "a" and "b" are constants.
Get equation in exact form:
Make this fraction =1
By making "a" and "b" appropriot values this should make the fraction 1. Thereby giving you the values of "a" and "b"to fill in the integrating factor .
This should make the equation turn into an "exact differential equation"
Hope this helps!
*Note: I havent tried this for your specific problem, but this is the solution my professor has taught us and has worked for me on other problems.