Solve e^-x dy/dx = 1 when y=5 and x = 0 the solution I have been given is this is far I go before getting confused as the solution I have been given is wrong or else my methods are wrong. can some correct me please?

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Originally Posted by decoy808 Solve e^-x dy/dx = 1 when y=5 and x = 0 the solution I have been given is this is far I go before getting confused as the solution I have been given is wrong or else my methods are wrong. can some correct me please? Hence:

Originally Posted by decoy808 Solve e^-x dy/dx = 1 when y=5 and x = 0 the solution I have been given is this is far I go before getting confused as the solution I have been given is wrong or else my methods are wrong. can some correct me please? You're integrating a term with x in as part of dy when it should be integrated with respect to x. Since this equation is separable it's much easier to multiply both sides by Then proceed as per Also sprach Zarathustra's method

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