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Find the domain for the particular solution to the differential equation dx/dy=1/2x, with initial condition y(1) = 1.

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  1. if you mean dx/dy = (1/2) x, then

    dy/dx = 2/x
    dy = 2/x dx
    y = 2 lnx + c
    domain: x>0

    I'm sure you can find c.

    I'm surprised that you give dx/dy when looking for y(x)...

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  2. Boi just solve the question he had. He meant something, so solve it

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  3. srsly, Steve ur lackin

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  4. I think he meant 1/(2x) as written....

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  5. I’m sick and tired of this partially answer questions! We didn’t come here to be told the way to solve the question, we came here for the ANSWERS

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