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Oct1605, 03:26 AM

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for the following question:
y`Ay=By^2 my problem: Suppose u=y^(1) so u`=y^(2)y`=BAu so du/(BAu)= dx => BAu=ce^x => u=(Bce^x)/A so y=1/u=a/(Bce^x) however, the correct answer should be y=1/[(B/A)+ce^(ax)] does anybody know where my calculations went wrong? 


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Oct1705, 06:20 AM

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i see~
thanks!!! 


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