You can write the ODE as
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This can now be integrated
Hello all,
I'm trying to solve a differential equation derived from Boyle's Gas Law which is setup as y' = f(x,x',y) and I can't figure out how to start.
The equation is below:
I'm really lost on this one because of the differential of two different variables.
Any information you guys could provide would be really helpful.
Thanks,
Mitch