Hint: write the ODE as (F(y))' = G(t).

I don't understand how to use the hint. I understand that I need to combine y' and y^2 into the form (F(y))'; I just don't know how.

I only got to

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- January 19th 2011, 08:15 PMTruthbetoldNonlinear ODE

Hint: write the ODE as (F(y))' = G(t).

I don't understand how to use the hint. I understand that I need to combine y' and y^2 into the form (F(y))'; I just don't know how.

I only got to

Thanks! - January 19th 2011, 08:22 PMProve It

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