where x=x(t) where do the constant C come from? where y=y(t) How do i find y(t) thanks for any help.
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Originally Posted by charikaar where x=x(t) where do the constant C come from? where y=y(t) How do i find y(t) thanks for any help. Dear charikaar, By seperation of variables, where lnC is an arbirary constant. ; there must be a typo, are you sure that the answer is ???? Still thinking the second part......
Originally Posted by charikaar where x=x(t) where do the constant C come from? where y=y(t) How do i find y(t) thanks for any help. Dear charikaar, by substituting the result of the first part.... This is a linear differential equation. i.e: Therefore it could be solved by using an integrating factor. Can you do it from here??
Nicely done. Thank you very much.
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