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Your equation is equivalent to , then is homogeneus of degree and is homogeneous of degree so, the equation is not homogeneous.in the next problem i have the same issue. dy/dx = 1/(x(x-y))
Fernando Revilla
ok i have this problem:
dy/dx = (-y+10)/(x+1)
i see that it is separable and exact, but why isn't this problem homogeneous? isn't everything to the power of 1?
in the next problem i have the same issue.
dy/dx = 1/(x(x-y))
i got this problem wrong as well. i was trying to say that it is a homogeneous equation but my book says its a Bernoulli equation? why
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Your equation is equivalent to , then is homogeneus of degree and is homogeneous of degree so, the equation is not homogeneous.in the next problem i have the same issue. dy/dx = 1/(x(x-y))
Fernando Revilla