Is my working and answer correct for the following question? Question: Solve for the following differential equation for the original equation: Here is my working: (why does the intergral of 3ydx = 0?)
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Two comments: 1. This method doesn't work, since you don't know what y is a priori. If you did, the DE would be solved! 2. The DE is homogeneous. Use the appropriate technique.
Originally Posted by sparky Is my working and answer correct for the following question? Question: Solve for the following differential equation for the original equation: Here is my working: (why does the intergral of 3ydx = 0?) Just like in your other problems, it's a matter of grouping. Regroup: Factor the 3: Now I showed you how to handle x dy + y dx in a different thread. Do you remember what I did? -Dan
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