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I need to find two solutions to this differential equation.



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baddinlol
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dy/dx=12y

mukushla
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this is a separable differential equation...have u tried it yet?

baddinlol
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I can only find one, I just found y = (1Ae^(2x))/2 where A = e^2c

baddinlol
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SOmehow the solutions say the other solution is (Ae^(2x) + 1 )/2

baddinlol
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But I cannot see how they got that

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are you given multiple initial conditions?

baddinlol
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I am given no initial conditions

TuringTest
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oh but you already have a constant... nvmd

myko
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\[dy/(12y)=dx\]
\[\sqrt{12y}=Ce ^{x}\]
\[12y = \pm Ce ^{x}\]

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I mean remember absolute value with\[\int\frac{du}u=\lnu+C\]
:P

baddinlol
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Oh Yeah I get you

baddinlol
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Thanks

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welcome!

myko
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that comes out nicely from the square root anyway

baddinlol
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Thanks Myko

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yw