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young_eng
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hi
(y')^2+y^2=-2
why this differential equation has no general solution ?
(y')^2+y^2=-2
why this differential equation has no general solution ?
young_eng said:hi
(y')^2+y^2=-2
why this differential equation has no general solution ?
This equation is unsolvable because it does not have a general solution that can be expressed in terms of standard mathematical operations and functions. This means that there is no set of values that can be substituted for y and y' that will satisfy the equation.
No, this equation cannot be solved using advanced mathematical methods such as calculus or differential equations. These methods require the equation to have a general solution, which is not the case for this equation.
No, there is no specific condition or set of conditions that can be applied to this equation to make it solvable. The lack of a general solution is a fundamental property of this equation.
This equation is an example of a non-linear differential equation, which is commonly used in physics and engineering to model real-world phenomena. However, in its current form, it does not have a general solution and therefore cannot be directly applied in practical situations.
No, this equation cannot be rewritten or manipulated to have a general solution. Any attempts to do so would result in an equation that is fundamentally different from the original and would not accurately represent the same problem.