Hi,

I'm trying to solve y' = 1 - y^2.

Using partial fractions I ended up with y = (Ae^2x - 1)/(Ae^2x +1). However, this differs to an answer I was given by someone else. Am I correct?

Cheers,

Ben

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- Oct 23rd 2010, 09:34 PMweedingby' = 1 - y^2 Nonlinear 1st order ODE help
Hi,

I'm trying to solve y' = 1 - y^2.

Using partial fractions I ended up with y = (Ae^2x - 1)/(Ae^2x +1). However, this differs to an answer I was given by someone else. Am I correct?

Cheers,

Ben - Oct 23rd 2010, 09:43 PMmr fantastic
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