im stuck on a problem. Show that the ODE , can be written in the form
Im stuck and i cant figure out what to do or what method to use.
A nudge in the right direction would be good
EDIT: sorry about that, i fixed it up.
Sorry fixed the typo.. :S
im stuck on a problem. Show that the ODE , can be written in the form
Im stuck and i cant figure out what to do or what method to use.
A nudge in the right direction would be good
EDIT: sorry about that, i fixed it up.
Sorry fixed the typo.. :S
That's better
Do you agree ? (that's just cross multiplying)
Then you may ask... "How did they get there ?"
Notice that there are and where there was , there's 1.
So what you have to think is "I may have to divide the whole equation by "
See what this gives :
(1/e^y = e^(-y))
Looks better to you ?