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1. Consider the ODE dy/ dx = tanh(x) − y tanh(x). Use the integrating factor method to find the general solution of the ODE. Find the general solution of the ODE using a different method. Do you get the same answer? Explain briefly.

Answer #1

Consider ODE: (xy-1)dy+x^2dx=0.
Prove that φ (x, y) = 1/x it is an integrating factor.
Solve the ODE.

consider the equation y*dx+(x^2y-x)dy=0. show that the equation
is not exact. find an integrating factor o the equation in the form
u=u(x). find the general solution of the equation.

Use dy/dx + p(x)y = f(x) has the solution y = y_c + y_p to
solve. (Integrating Factor method)
Find the General solution for the DEQ: dy/dx + 2xy = y + 4x - 2.
Show step by step. Please explain or I will give a down-vote. Thank
you

Find an integrating factor and solve the O.D.E. 1 + (x/y −
sin(y) *dy/dx = 0.

engineering mathematics
solve
(3y2+2x+1)dx+(2xy+2y)dy=0
Find an integrating factor and solve the ode,tks.

dy/dx = 2 sqrt(y/x) + y/x (x<0)
Find general solution of the given ODE

Solve the following equation using integrating factor.
y dx + (2x − ye^y) dy = 0

solve by the integrating facote method the following initial
value problem
dy/dx=y+x, y(0)=0

Find the solution to the following equation using an appropriate
integrating factor.
Include largest interval solution is
valid for
x(dy/dx)-2y√(x)
=3√(x) y(1)= -1

Consider the system [ x' = -2y & y' = 2x] . Use dy/dx to
find the curves y = y(x).
Draw solution curves in the xy phase plane. What type of
equilibrium point is the origin?

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