find a general solution to the differential equation (2+x) dy/dx = 3y i got the answer y= 6+3x+e^(3c) but i don't think that makes much sense..
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Originally Posted by holly123 find a general solution to the differential equation (2+x) dy/dx = 3y i got the answer y= 6+3x+e^(3c) but i don't think that makes much sense.. The differential equation separates i.e. so so how did you get your answer (careful)?
okay thats what i got but i didn't know how to solve for y. i know you have to inject e to cancel out ln so would it be y= 3(2+x) + e^(3c) im not sure
Originally Posted by danny arrigo The differential equation separates i.e. so so how did you get your answer (careful)? So so giving where
Hello, holly123! Find a general solution to the differential equation: . i got the answer: . but i don't think that makes much sense. . . . . no, it doesn't Separate the variables: . Integrate: . . . Therefore: .
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