
#1
Mar3112, 11:39 PM

P: 8

Hello. I have simple DE
y' + p y^(1/2) = q  y'=dy/dt p,q=constant I am confused because I tried bernoulli's method to solve and I think I exploded the universe. Basically, my initial condition of t=0,y=0 made infinity, not right. I'm not sure that method works when there is no y^(1) with q anyway. Any other suggestions to solve? 



#2
Apr112, 12:20 AM

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#3
Apr112, 12:40 AM

P: 8

Haha, totally forgot about wolfram alpha. sooo good. Anyway the solution it gave me is way to complex for my college DEQ class. I should probably change my equation. Thanks anyways.




#4
Apr112, 05:06 AM

P: 745

Solving nonlinear first order DE w/ fractional exponents
Hello,
Solutionof the ODE in attachment : 


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