Posted by Claire on Monday, April 4, 2011 at 1:52am.
Hi Please can you help? Really sorry for repeating the question but I wrote it incorrect before.
Find the particular solution of the differential equation from
dy/dx=2/27(x3)ã(x^26x+23) / (y) (y>0.
for which y = 2 when x = 1, and then give this particular solution in explicit form?
thank you in advance for any help
regards Claire

Maths  MathMate, Monday, April 4, 2011 at 8:49am
Sorry that the question posted contains a illegible character, which probably explains why the last question was not answered.
dy/dx=2/27(x3)ã(x^26x+23) / (y) (y>0.
I have put the illegible character in bold. It is not legible for users who use the encoding Western ISO88591. You may use a different encoding, and the character may appear perfectly legible. Please describe the character if you cannot use Western ISO88591 encoding in your browser. (squareroot, etc.)
Also, insert sufficient parentheses around the numerator AND the denominator to avoid ambiguity. For example it is not clear if (x3) goes with 2 or 27, and the (squareroot?) term goes with 2 or (x3).
Ideally, there should be a pair of parentheses before and after EVERY division operator.
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