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Then the rate of change of the money at time t is given by dt 100 Y. (9) Equation (9) is clearly a separable differential equation. 28. 1 we observed that according to Newton's second law of motion a moving body of mass m and velocity v is governed by the differential equation dt (mv) = kF, (10) where F is the resultant force acting on the body and k is a constant of proportionality. If it happens that F is a function of the velocity v and does not depend explicitly on time, and if m is a constant, then Eq.

Then, from Eq. (2), 1 + w' x' + w'x' (WX)' _ 2 =-+W w w w2 dw = X dx w'x = w2 3w'=InI xI 1 W'X + N, = _ xw x` (separable) +cz;> 3x'=lnI xI + c. Thus, y= EXAMPLE 2 x(3InIxI+c)". Solve the IVP (x2 + y2) dx + 2xy dy = 0 Al) = -I. Solution The differential equation (3) can be written in the form x2 + y2 (5) 2xy which is clearly homogeneous. 2, are satisfied for the IVP (3)-(4). Also, we are looking for a solution through the point (1, -1), and so the division by 2xy in Eq. ] Setting y = wx in Eq. (5), we obtain (wx) x2 + w2x2 2xwx w'x I + w2 i w= 2w I + 3w2 r, w x 2w +3w'dw+dx=0=> 3In(I +3w2)+InIxIc 1 ln[(1 +3w2)I xI']=c=11 +3yx3=c.

Cos x Dividing both sides by 1/cos x (in other words, multiplying both sides by cos x) yields the solution y(x) = (cos x)(c - In cosx), EXAMPLE 2 0