Hey, I got stuck on the following differential equation. Given when , solve . I can't separate the variables and I couldn't turn it into a form that I can take an integrating factor.
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Ok I'll separate the variables for you...
Originally Posted by Deadstar Ok I'll separate the variables for you... So when , The question said in the begening express teh solution as an implicit equation relating and . That's the way it already is, right?
Originally Posted by Hibachi So when , The question said in the begening express teh solution as an implicit equation relating and . That's the way it already is, right? Yes
Originally Posted by Hibachi So when , The question said in the begening express teh solution as an implicit equation relating and . That's the way it already is, right? It's the right method yes but I think it should be should it not? Since the is squared.
Originally Posted by Deadstar It's the right method yes but I think it should be should it not? Since the is squared. You are right. Thanks, Deadstar.
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