Solve $y=(2{y}^{4}+2x){y}^{\prime}$ using Laplace Transform

Diana Suarez
2022-09-23
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Solve $y=(2{y}^{4}+2x){y}^{\prime}$ using Laplace Transform

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maceratorti

Answered 2022-09-24
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$$y=(2{y}^{4}+2x){y}^{\prime}$$

Rewrite the differential equation as:

$${x}^{\prime}y=2{y}^{4}+2x$$

Then you can apply the Laplace transform.

$${X}^{\prime}(s)+2X(s)=-{\displaystyle \frac{2\times 4!}{{s}^{5}}}$$

Rewrite the differential equation as:

$${x}^{\prime}y=2{y}^{4}+2x$$

Then you can apply the Laplace transform.

$${X}^{\prime}(s)+2X(s)=-{\displaystyle \frac{2\times 4!}{{s}^{5}}}$$

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