Differential Equations

Example 2

Solve: dy/dx + 4x = 3

Separate variables:

dy = (3 – 4x)dx

Integrate:

y = 3x – 2x^{2} + C

Without more information, we’re finished.

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Differential Equations

Example 2

Solve: dy/dx + 4x = 3

Separate variables:

dy = (3 – 4x)dx

Integrate:

y = 3x – 2x^{2} + C

Without more information, we’re finished.

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