Does that suggest anything?
Hi all,
So I have the equation:
dx/dt = (x^{2}+xt)/t^{2} where x(1) = 2
I am aware that I can make a substitution by letting y equation a function of x and t, however I am unsure as to what I should let y equal and how I would plug it in and end up solving the equation.
Any help is much appreciated!
Thanks
okay I think I got it, this is just taking a while to click, I just need to remember you can treat most of it like normal algebra.
Did you get the constant = -0.5?
- Upon substitution I get: 1/y^2 dy = 1/t dt
chugging through and putting in initial conditions I get:
- Ln(t) - 1/y = A
Thanks again, really appreciated.