liizzyliizz
  • liizzyliizz
I am a bit paranoid here lol- write a differential equation for statement : the rate of change of y with respect t x is proportional to the square of the sum of x and 6. ok so i put dy/dx = (x+6)^2 but I feel like I am missing something perhaps that dreaded "k" somewhere.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
sounds right, but technically a differential equation is an equation that contains a derivative like dy/dx = x + dy/du or something
UnkleRhaukus
  • UnkleRhaukus
proportional means is equal to a constant multiple of if k is the constant \[dy/dx = k(x+6)^2\]
liizzyliizz
  • liizzyliizz
Oh ok, well that makes more sense, I was close to putting (x+6)^2 over k. o.O

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UnkleRhaukus
  • UnkleRhaukus
that would make the expressions inversely proportional
liizzyliizz
  • liizzyliizz
well thank you for your help :)

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