The equation is linear in y, so use the integrating factor approach. What do you get?
need some help for this question, i tried solving by seperating dy to one side and dx to the other and integrating however dont get the right answer...how can i solve this
any help much appreciated
solve the following differential equation for y giving answer in form y=f(x)
dy/dx=e^(-x^2) - 2xy subject to y(2)=0
sorry for delayed reply had to upload the photo from my mobile..
i did the question again and essentially had forgotten to integrate the RHS first time round...
now i get close to the correct answer except a sign difference...
at the end i subbed y=2 and x=0 to get c=2