dy/dx = (cos x)e^(y+sinx) i mean i put the y's and x's on the same side but couldn't proceed from it. guidance?
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Originally Posted by -DQ- dy/dx = (cos x)e^(y+sinx) i mean i put the y's and x's on the same side but couldn't proceed from it. guidance? upon making the substitution .
Originally Posted by Prove It upon making the substitution . I did this then i did the integral. i got ln(e^y) + C = e^(sinx) + C y = e^(sinx) + C [not same C but its still a constant) however my answer sheet says im wrong
Originally Posted by -DQ- I did this then i did the integral. i got ln(e^y) + C = e^(sinx) + C y = e^(sinx) + C [not same C but its still a constant) however my answer sheet says im wrong . Think about . What does that equal? What is in this case?
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