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    Lagrange's equation

    Reduce the equations to Clairauts form and obtain the complete primitives:

    1) y = 2px + 4yp^2


    2) y - 2px + ayp^2 = 0

    ( p = dy/dx)
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    Re: Lagrange's equation

    Quote Originally Posted by sampad View Post
    Reduce the equations to Clairauts form and obtain the complete primitives: 1) y = 2px + 4yp^2 2) y - 2px + ayp^2 = 0 ( p = dy/dx)
    The general expression for the Clairaut's equation is y=px+f(p) . What doubts have you had?
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