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anyone have experience solving seperable indifferential equations? Anyone?

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    anyone have experience solving seperable indifferential equations? Anyone?

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    yeah, but it has been a little while. I can give it my best shot...no guarantees though!

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    How is it going? Making any progress?

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    didn't look at the problem, let me see :(

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    man, I'm really trying to get this into a form where I can make it seperable into just y's and \[\psi\]

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    let me try for a little more, and i will see if something works out

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    Ok, Im trying to use substitutions to solve it, but im not having much luck

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    man, i have tried everything, but other than taking a nasty quotient rule with chain rule and then seeing factoring out \[\psi\]

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    i meant [psi]' from the quotient rule...i don't know. nothing works that i did

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    sorry

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    Thanks for the effort mate! Appreciated!

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