How to solve x′(t)=x+t2t−x?

Carol Valentine

Carol Valentine



How to solve x(t)=x+t2tx?

Answer & Explanation

Maria Lopez

Maria Lopez


2022-01-20Added 32 answers

Your differential equation is homogenous of order one. You did it right finding dydt=f(y)yt. So you can integrate of both sides in last equation till your solution is achieved respect to y(t) and t. Then you can substitute x(t)=y(t)t in your solution and then apply the initial condition.

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