Find the unique function satisfying the differential equation with initial condition, ,
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Originally Posted by Exotique Find the unique function satisfying the differential equation with initial condition, , Can you take it fron here?
I'm guessing I have to solve for y in terms of x, let y = 1 and x = 1, then solve for C? This is what I did: Since , For some reason this doesn't feel right. Then the original equation should be:
Originally Posted by Exotique I'm guessing I have to solve for y in terms of x, let y = 1 and x = 1, then solve for C? This is what I did: Since , For some reason this doesn't feel right. Then the original equation should be:
How did you get from to
to the power of an arbitrary constant remains an arbitrary constant. Therefore we can say
Ahh, I understand now, thank you to all.
Originally Posted by Exotique Ahh, I understand now, thank you to all. This question counts towards the student's final grade. It is not MHF policy to knowingly assist with such questions. Thread closed.
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