Hello!
My differential equation is given as following:
I am then to find the general solution.
Which is:
Is this correct?
Addition, if the is positive, negative or 0 what would happen in these three cases if you let
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
You already know this is not correct. The reason you can't do it is because on the right you have and that has to be integrated with respect to t. But y is an unknown function of t. Since you don't know what y is in terms of t, you can't integrate with respect to t.
Notice that danny arigo's method gives a function of y time "dy" equal to a function of t times "dt". That means you integrate the function of y with respect to y and the function of t with respect to t.
Addition, if the is positive, negative or 0 what would happen in these three cases if you let
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