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Hi i've been striving to find the solution of this differential equation, but can't find: Y''*Y^2=C c being a real number. Please give me a hand with it. Thanks in advance!!!
I think so, at least I got the same result except I made a mistake you didn't. So on the right you have got x basically. (NB c is your given constant whereas b is an arbitrary constant.)Here is the equation it gave me. I resolved it, i didn't expect to come to the internet so i didn't come with the papers, so is it right? [tex]\int\sqrt{\frac{y}{by-c}} dy = \int\sqrt{2} dx[/tex]. b and c are real numbers!