Use the substitution to solve
given that y = 1 at x = 1.
Substituting initial value gives C = 3/2
Is this correct? I don't have answers for practice exams.
You must substitute that for dy/dx into your differential equation then proceed via separation of variables.
First apply the substitution that's given to you. . So now we need to rewrite :
. Since , we end up with
Thus, the ODE becomes . This is now a separable equation.
Can you proceed?
EDIT: Man, am I slow!!