Hi, I have the DE If you take the reciprocal of both sides, you end up with: multiply by dy: But when im then integrating this, i get What's wrong here?
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Originally Posted by Jones Hi, I have the DE If you take the reciprocal of both sides, you end up with: multiply by dy: But when im then integrating this, i get What's wrong here? It is not true that the reciprocal of is .
Originally Posted by Opalg It is not true that the reciprocal of is . Right, Can you "factor out" the differential operator dy/dx, is that mathematically correct?
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