Verify that the indicated function is an explicit solution to the differential equation: 2y'+y= 0; y=e^(-x/2) I dont know where to start, can some one please help me? Thank you.
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Originally Posted by cowboys111 Verify that the indicated function is an explicit solution to the differential equation: 2y'+y= 0; y=e^(-x/2) I dont know where to start, can some one please help me? Thank you. Yes, find the derivative of and substitute int the LHS and show it's = 0.
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