Can i can solve this equation (dy/dx)^2+(c 1).(dy/dx) + (c2).x=0 using quadratic forumla? experts please help!! Note there is a variable x after (c2).
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I'd try the two solutions to the quadratic equation.
Originally Posted by wlh03212 Can i can solve this equation (dy/dx)^2+(c 1).(dy/dx) + (c2).x=0 using quadratic forumla? experts please help!! Note there is a variable x after (c2). $\displaystyle \displaystyle (y')^2 + c_1(y') + c_2x = 0 \implies y' = \frac{-c_2 \pm \sqrt{c_1^2 - 4c_2x}}{2}$ Now integrate. -Dan
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