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REQ Solution to differential equation

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Find the solution to [tex]\frac{c}{y^2}+k=y''[/tex]

I have not started with differential equations yet, so i hav eno idea if its possible to solve, but i stumbled upon it when investigating a physics idea i got. Thanks for any help!
 
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uhm, could anyone just leave a comment if its possible to solve or not?
 
MathematicalPhysicist
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well we can first sketch a solution for y''=k which is y=kx^2/2+Ax+B
but for: y''y^2=c I don't think there's an analytical answer.
 
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Multiply by y' and you'll be able to integrate both terms of the new equation.
 
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Multiply by y' and you'll be able to integrate both terms of the new equation.
How?? Cant make it work...
 

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