solve when x=0 and y= 2 ok I have setup as shown`(is this ok?). is there some rule about F/F'? to make it easier to solve? many thanks
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Originally Posted by decoy808 solve when x=0 and y= 2 ok I have setup as shown`(is this ok?). is there some rule about F/F'? to make it easier to solve? many thanks Integrating both sides, Substitute x=0 and y=2 to find C.
Go from here, you will need to use a substitution or Partial Fractions on the LHS.
Originally Posted by decoy808 solve when x=0 and y= 2 ok I have setup as shown`(is this ok?). is there some rule about F/F'? to make it easier to solve? many thanks No, there is no rule about F/F'. There is, however, a rule about F'/F which this is. If you let u= F, then du= F' dx so .
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