I changed the equation to get Took the integral to get: I'm not sure what the rules with are, but i got y by itself, ending with When 0 is plugged in for x though, goes to infinity. What did i do wrong?
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Be careful with your integration constant! It should be on the denominator once you've solved for .
Originally Posted by twoteenine I changed the equation to get Took the integral to get: I'm not sure what the rules with are, but i got y by itself, ending with When 0 is plugged in for x though, goes to infinity. What did i do wrong? Apart from your solution going to infinity, there is an error in your differentiation on the LHS of the equation you have stated gives you or, or, substitute y(0) = 1 to get
Originally Posted by harish21 Apart from your solution going to infinity, there is an error in your differentiation on the LHS of the equation you have stated gives you no 2 ... twoteenine's original antideruivative is correct. Bruno J's suggestion follows ... ...
Originally Posted by skeeter ... Thanks for the correction skeeter. I did not integrate the LHS. Instead I was doing something stupid there!
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