Implicit Differential Equation: dy/dx = xy - y^2

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If dy/dx = xy - y^2 and y(1) = 3, then y(2) is ?
 

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tiny-tim
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Hi European Sens! :smile:

Write it dy/dx = y(x - y).

Does that help? :smile:
 
OrbitalPower
Can't you just start plugging stuff in?
 
tiny-tim
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danger!

:frown: … not if it might overload the circuit! …:frown:
 
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Hi European Sens! :smile:

Write it dy/dx = y(x - y).

Does that help? :smile:
:confused: are you trying to show him how to sole this DE?
 

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