Recent questions in Calculus 2

luminarc24lry
2022-04-28
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Consider the equation

where a,b and k are constants. Assuming

a) Solve for y(t) when

b) Solve for the case

c) By considering the limit

Beedgighref28n
2022-04-28
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Limit for $\to \mathrm{\infty}$ of a solution to an ODE

Consider the Cauchy problem:

$\{\begin{array}{l}{y}^{\prime}(t)=\frac{{t}^{2}}{2+\mathrm{sin}({t}^{2})}cos(y(t{)}^{2})\\ y(0)=0\end{array}$

Sydney Stanley
2022-04-28
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Davin Sheppard
2022-04-28
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subject to

Essence Byrd
2022-04-28
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The equation:

Dania Robbins
2022-04-28
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Maurice Maldonado
2022-04-28
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coraletsmmh
2022-04-28
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How to solve this diffrential equation using parts formula?

$\frac{dy}{dx}+\frac{y}{20}=50(1+\mathrm{cos}x)$

Ali Marshall
2022-04-27
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luminarc24lry
2022-04-27
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kabutjv7
2022-04-27
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Poemslore8ye
2022-04-27
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Kale Mcclain
2022-04-27
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dolovatgyp
2022-04-27
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Dashawn Robbins
2022-04-27
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How to solve the ODE

$y\text{'}=\frac{x-{e}^{x}}{x+{e}^{y}}$

misangela4gi
2022-04-27
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When you are dealing with any Calculus 2 homework, it is vital to have a look at the various questions and answers that will help you see whether you are correct in your approach to finding solutions. Even if you are dealing with analytical aspects of Calculus 2, it will be helpful as you are looking at provided equations and learn how the answers relate to original questions and problems specified.

Do not be afraid to take a look at the basic integration and related application if Calculus 2 does not sound clear or start with the Calculus 1 first.