Someone help me please :(
Consider the non-linear differential equation dy/dt = t/y . It was observed in Problem Set
2 that y = t is a solution to this differential equation.
(a) Verify that y = −t is also a solution.
(b) The solutions y = t and y = −t appear to cross at the point t = 0, y = 0. Why
does this not violate the uniqueness principle?
(c) By substituting into the differential equation verify that y = 2t is not a solution.

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well a) is just about plugging in that guess for y into the DE and seeing if it's true

so i would just plug it into the LHS to check it?

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