I am not exactly what follows in the next steps.
Would integrating y' d(y') give me ((y')^2)/2 or something else?
If it does give me that answer, then I get y to be y=\frac{5}{2}x\sqrt[5]{\frac{-16}{3}}
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1. Find the Fourier Series for f(x) = \sqrt{|x|} and prove it converges to f(x)
3. So, I've thus far proved that \sqrt{|x|} is piecewise continuous by proving that the limit as x approaches 0 (from both the right and...