Solve the given differential equation by separation of variables ?
- AmyLv 71 month ago
After separating the variables, the y side is just a polynomial which you should have no trouble integrating. The x side requires integration by parts (but you can google the answer).
- rotchmLv 71 month ago
Hints: Using highschool algebra, separate it. What do you get?
Answer that, un-anon yourself, and we will then proceed.
- ted sLv 71 month ago
x² ln x dx = (y + 1 )² / y dy....integrate both sides...let w = ln x ==> x = e^w---> w e^(3w) dw = ( y + 2 + 1 / y ) dy..trivial integration