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Y*dy/dx= y*Q(x)+ R(x)

by hayalkar
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hayalkar
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Jan8-13, 09:42 AM
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y*dy/dx= y*Q(x)+ R(x)

I couldn't solve this equation wtih maple. does someone have an idea?

Thank you.
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It's going to depend on what Q(x) and R(x) are in terms of x and y.
hayalkar
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Jan8-13, 03:24 PM
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In this question Q(x) and R(x) are functions that can be integrated by us and bound each other by the equation below:

Q(x)=C+dR(x)/dx where C is a constant.

thank you for your response.


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