a) Find the general solution of:
e^(-y)*(dy/dt)+2 cos t=0.
I'm quite sure this is y=-ln(2 sin(t)+C)
b) Does every value of C correspond to a solution curve? If not, which Cs occur and which do not?
Is it just that you need 2 sin(t)+C>0 and so it occurs if C>-2 sin (t)? Or is there something more I can say here? Obviously no C will exist that is less than -2 and also all Cs will exist if C is greater than 2, but between -2 and 2 it depends on the value of t?
c) Do all solutions have the same domain? Explain.
Again, I'd say no. For instance -ln(2 sin(t)+2) has domain sin(t)>-1 and -ln (2 sin (t)+3) has domain sin(t)>-3/2, but actually this is the same. I am not quite sure how to explain this one, but quite sure it is NO.