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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(x-3)ã(x^2-6x+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 - ,

    Sorry that the question posted contains a illegible character, which probably explains why the last question was not answered.

    dy/dx=2/27(x-3)ã(x^2-6x+23) / (y) (y>0.

    I have put the illegible character in bold. It is not legible for users who use the encoding Western ISO-8859-1. You may use a different encoding, and the character may appear perfectly legible. Please describe the character if you cannot use Western ISO-8859-1 encoding in your browser. (square-root, etc.)

    Also, insert sufficient parentheses around the numerator AND the denominator to avoid ambiguity. For example it is not clear if (x-3) goes with 2 or 27, and the (square-root?) term goes with 2 or (x-3).
    Ideally, there should be a pair of parentheses before and after EVERY division operator.

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