Hello, philyc86!
The first one is homogeneous . . .
Divide top and bottom of the fraction by
Let: .
Substitute: .
. .
Separate variables: .
Integrate: .
. .
Then: .
Back-substitute: .
. . Multiply by
hi there
i need help in trying to solve the following first order equations .
dy/dx = (x-y) / (x+y) im unsure how to seperatre the variables in this
dy/dx - xy = e^(-x^2)*y^3
(im using ^ as "to the power of ...")
any help appreciated ,thankyou!