How can this problems be worked out?
dy/dx + xy/4-x^2 =1 solve this equation for y when x=0 , y=1 and the abs val of x is less than 2.
I know some calculus, but I need help with this. Thank you.
How can this problems be worked out?
dy/dx + xy/4-x^2 =1 solve this equation for y when x=0 , y=1 and the abs val of x is less than 2.
I know some calculus, but I need help with this. Thank you.
No, unfortunately our original teacher died before we could learn the material and our new substitute cannot speak english very well so it is very difficult to follow his teaching. He has assinged the problem and has not taught it. I need the solved version of this for him. Thank you very much for your help mr fantastic.
Read this: Integrating Factor -- from Wolfram MathWorld
Watch this: YouTube - Diff Eq #3 Integrating Factor Example
Now attempt the question. Show all your working and say where you get stuck.