This is one of the classic methods for Differential Equations.
It should have been demonstrated to you in a lecture.
We have: . .Using substitution , convert the following differential equation
into an algebraic equation for
After substituting for , what must i do to convert to algebraic form?
i was not taught anything like this in lectures.
. . And: .
Substitute into : .
Divide by . (This is the "algebraic form".)