What's the difference between solving an ODE and finding its general solution?
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Just looking at different text books I keep seeing this? I assume they are the same thing...
Solution of ODE is any function that satisfies it. General solution is all the function that do so. Generaly, the solution of ODE of degree n must contain n arbitrary constants. That's all I think what's relevant about this. The rest is just diferent autors point of view on what does it mean to solve a ODE, :)
Aw crap, thanks. I've being solving ODEs rather finding their general solution. I'll need to figure out how to do that !
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Normaly what you really interested is in finding a general solution... But in some special cases it is not necesary. So it depends on what you need
It's the general solution I need. It's for an exam I will I have in a few weeks. I'm okish with my calculus solving ODEs them seemed easy enough, just a bit of rearranging and u-sub.
This seems alot more confusing from the looks of it.
solving a ODE it's basicly doing indefinite integrals. Each time you integrate you get a constant.