# A rather simple DE problem

#### Dr Game

1. Homework Statement

Verify that the function is a solution of the DE

$$Dy = \frac{2y}{x} , y = Cx^2$$

2. The attempt at a solution

$$LHS = Dy = D(Cx^2) = 2 Cx$$
$$RHS = \frac{2y}{x}$$

then... I really don't know what to do from there... do I just simply things?

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#### HallsofIvy

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1. Homework Statement

Verify that the function is a solution of the DE

$$Dy = \frac{2y}{x} , y = Cx^2$$

2. The attempt at a solution

$$LHS = Dy = D(Cx^2) = 2 Cx$$
$$RHS = \frac{2y}{x}$$

then... I really don't know what to do from there... do I just simply things?
Well, how about replacing that y in RHS with Cx2?

#### Dr Game

$$2Cx = \frac {2Cx^2}{x}$$

$$2Cx = 2Cx$$

is that possible?

#### SunGod87

$$2Cx = \frac {2Cx^2}{x}$$

$$2Cx = 2Cx$$

is that possible?
Yes, that's fine.