Determine the general solution of the exact differential equation 1− -( ) =0 Fix the constant of integration according to the initial condition y(0) = e and write down the explicit form of the solution. How do I solve this question?
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Originally Posted by ronaldo_07 Determine the general solution of the exact differential equation 1− -( ) =0 Fix the constant of integration according to the initial condition y(0) = e and write down the explicit form of the solution. How do I solve this question? Do you mean ?
yes thats the question
Any help on solving this anyone?
Originally Posted by ronaldo_07 Any help on solving this anyone? Multiply through by which gives: You now have it in the form: The general solution to an equation of this form is given by: You should get a solution of:
Originally Posted by Mush Do you mean ? Multiply both sides by to get the equation . This is a Bernoulli equation. Can you try to take it from here?
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