Does anyone know how to solve dy/dx=(x-y)/(x+y), with initial condition y(1)=-2. I am looking for an explicit form solution.
I get stuck when I separate the equations and have to the integrate 0dx but that doesnt make any sense
Many thanks guys
Does anyone know how to solve dy/dx=(x-y)/(x+y), with initial condition y(1)=-2. I am looking for an explicit form solution.
I get stuck when I separate the equations and have to the integrate 0dx but that doesnt make any sense
Many thanks guys
You make the substitution y = xv in the differential equation.
Please go to your class notes or textbook first and spend some time reviewing this type of equation (I have told you its name and told you the technique). Then, if you are still confused, ask for more help.