I am told I can use the substitution
I have to following differential equation. I need to solve it. I have gotten so far but got stuck... I have tried solving the equation using seperation of variables, which I think is where I've gone wrong. This is the equation:
Is seperation of variables the way to go, i.e, should I start by dividing through by:
thanks Dan for the explanation. Your method it the method I am supposed to be using, although, no doubt CB and Mr Fantastic's methods are equally correct.
However, could you explain what you have done there because I don't truly understand how you've achieved it...
I'm sorry, that was a bit vague, how does what you have done fit in with the integration by substitution rule, i.e,
Hope you don;t mind me using S's as integral signs, don't know how to do them in latex and double clicking yours brings up an error ?