how do I solve dt/dx=(at+m)/(bt+j) where a, b, m, and j are constants? I thought of using separable equations but then I got stuck. (So bt+j/at+m)dt=dx....
Last edited by mr fantastic; April 10th 2011 at 10:46 PM. Reason: Re-titled, clarified DE.
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Originally Posted by Taurus3 how do I solve dt/dx=(at+m)/(bt+j) where a, b, m, and j are constants? I thought of using separable equations but then I got stuck. (So bt+j/at+m)dt=dx.... Basically you need to do the integral: Split up the fraction: Can you take it from here? -Dan
Last edited by mr fantastic; April 10th 2011 at 10:48 PM. Reason: I clarified the OP's equation.
ummm.....it's still a bit confusing of how you do the integrals with all those different constants...
Originally Posted by Taurus3 ummm.....it's still a bit confusing of how you do the integrals with all those different constants... Then make the integrals like simpler by substituting . If you're studying differential equations you're expected to know how to integrate! If you need more help please show all your working and say where you are stuck.
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