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# Differential Equation?

dy/dx = 7x sqrt(y)

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- rotchmLv 71 month ago
Via a little highschool algebra, rewrite as

dy/√y = 7 xdx

y^(1/2) dy = 7 x dx

Now the calculus part: Integrate both sides, which you know how to do.

What do you get?

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- 1 month ago
dy / sqrt(y) = 7x * dx

2 * sqrt(y) = (7/2) * x^2 + C

4y = ((7/2) * x^2 + C)^2

y = (1/4) * (3.5 * x^2 + C)^2

y = 0.25 * (3.5 * x^2 + C)^2

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