sec(x) dy/dx = e^(y + sin(x))

So far I have :

ln (secx) dy/dx = y + sin x

ln (secx) dy = y + sinx dx

Not sure what to do now... I don't think I can just subtract the y?

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- October 20th 2008, 08:23 PMveronicak5678Solve the Differential Equation
sec(x) dy/dx = e^(y + sin(x))

So far I have :

ln (secx) dy/dx = y + sin x

ln (secx) dy = y + sinx dx

Not sure what to do now... I don't think I can just subtract the y? - October 20th 2008, 08:44 PMlllll
you should be able to solve this using implicit differentiation.

so you have

so then

now just combine both function... - October 20th 2008, 08:45 PMChris L T521
- October 20th 2008, 08:58 PMveronicak5678
I see. Thanks!

- October 20th 2008, 09:01 PMChris L T521