Posted by flame on Saturday, October 2, 2010 at 8:43pm.
when we do differentiable equation, do we need to time the constant c by a number
for example,
case A: 2y=3x+c
is y=(3x/2)+c
case B: 3y=x+c
is y= (x/3)+c
case C: y=x+c
is y=xc

calculus  bobpursley, Saturday, October 2, 2010 at 8:46pm
I don't know what you mean " need to time the constant c by a number"
It doesn't matter, since it is still a constant, if you take the derivative, the constant goes to zero anyway.
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