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y / x - y
show him how you got it
the point of asking help is to show them the way of "solving" it , and explaining it, not just giving the answers.
Sure... ylnx --> ln x differentiated is 1/x so ylnx --> y /x xy --> treat y as a constant xy --> y y / x - y
If I did that, I would be stuck on one person for quite a while.
aren't you forgetting something?
that's why it's called "openstudy"? what's the point with throwing the answer if he/she didn't get it?
well he said with respect to x, so won't d/dx (x) = xx'?
Are you trying to get back at me for being better than you? I mean, I did destroy you on other posts, but you don't have to be mad...
hi can one of you help me please!
Type your question out toriann.
lol no, the guy on the previous problem said that he didn't get it and u just yelled and threw the answer and left, that's why I'm concerned.
You're not concerned at all. Just trying to get back at me.
sstarica i got to ask a question coz i dont understand
Type your question out there below "Mathematics" on the left side, btw.
sup mariha, I'll try to help :)
i typed my question on like the wall.
no supervisor, don't take it negatively, read what nel said, he said that he didn't get it, go check urself
what's your question mariha? ^_^
d/dx(y log(x)-x y) | Differentiate the sum term by term and factor out constants: = | y (d/dx(log(x)))-y (d/dx(x)) | The derivative of x is 1: = | y (d/dx(log(x)))-1 y | The derivative of log(x) is 1/x: = | 1/x y-y
Consider the differential equation dy/dx=(y-1)^2cos(pi*x) A) There is a horizontal line with the equation y=c that satisfies this differential equation. Find the value of C. B) Find the particular solution y=f(x) to the differential equation with the initial condition of f(1)=0. Im not sure how to solve these or how the questions differ.