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patty_1CE

dy/dx = x+y/y-x' , y(1)=2 @zepdrix

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  1. TuringTest
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    x'=dx/dy ??

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  2. patty_1CE
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    i got a couple steps in and lost it

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  3. TuringTest
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    I am asking you, what does x' represents here? or is that a typo?

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    it represents x prime

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  5. zepdrix
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    That doesn't make sense patty :c

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  6. zepdrix
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    The prime would suggest it's a `derivative of x`. Derivative with respect to what other variable? With respect to y? So it does represent dx/dy?

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    Or that's all the info you were given? c:

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    screw x prime and say the ' was a typo

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  9. zepdrix
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    lol XD

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    z anything?

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  11. TuringTest
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    let v=y-x then v'=y'-1 -> y'=v'+1 we then have v'+1=(v+2x)/v try solving that, then subbing back in for v in terms of y after integration

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    i think i did something wrong

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  13. TuringTest
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    can you try to show some of what you did?

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