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ok yes the 2,2 section exercises are all on separable equationsCould you be clear on what you're struggling with? For instance a) requires first the solution of the DE. Can you identify the kind of DE that it is and suggest a solution approach? (e.g., separable)

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$\dfrac{1}{(4 - y) y} = \dfrac{ 1} {4 y} - \dfrac{1}{4 (y - 4)}$

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do we really need this ugly brown box at the bottom!

You are off by a minus sign.$\dfrac{1}{(4 - y) y} = \dfrac{ 1} {4 y} - \dfrac{1}{4 (y - 4)}$

like this?

do we really need this ugly brown box at the bottom!

\(\displaystyle \dfrac{1}{y(y - 4)} = \dfrac{1}{4y} - \dfrac{1}{4(y - 4)}\)

Watch the negative sign on the 4 - y.

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$\displaystyle \dfrac{1}{y(4¬y)} = \dfrac{1}{4y} - \dfrac{1}{4(y - 4)}$ thus if so then $$\dfrac{1}{4} \displaystyle\int \dfrac{1}{y} \, dy- \dfrac{1}{4} \int\dfrac{1}{y-4}\, dy =\dfrac{1}{3} \int t\, dt $$ |

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$\displaystyle \dfrac{1}{y(4¬y)} = \dfrac{1}{4y} - \dfrac{1}{4(y - 4)}$

thus

if so then

$$\dfrac{1}{4} \displaystyle\int \dfrac{1}{y} \, dy- \dfrac{1}{4} \int\dfrac{1}{y-4}\, dy

=\dfrac{1}{3} \int t\, dt $$

$$\displaystyle\int \dfrac{1}{y} \, dy- \int\dfrac{1}{y-4}\, dy

=\dfrac{4}{3} \int t\, dt $$

Which ugly box are you talking about?$\dfrac{1}{(4 - y) y} = \dfrac{ 1} {4 y} - \dfrac{1}{4 (y - 4)}$

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do we really need this ugly brown box at the bottom!

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on a tablet the brown footer is a huge retangle with ears on the sidesWhich ugly box are you talking about?

terrifying to stare at

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$$\displaystyle\int \dfrac{1}{y} \, dy- \int\dfrac{1}{y-4}\, dy

=\dfrac{4}{3} \int t\, dt$$

$$\ln |y|-\ln |y-4|=\frac{2t^2}{3}+C$$

ok assume find C from RHS and $y(0) =y_0$

does $y_0=t$??

=\dfrac{4}{3} \int t\, dt$$

$$\ln |y|-\ln |y-4|=\frac{2t^2}{3}+C$$

ok assume find C from RHS and $y(0) =y_0$

does $y_0=t$??

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OK, I am using a Desktop and this ugly box isn't shown there.on a tablet the brown footer is a huge retangle with ears on the sides

terrifying to stare at

y_0 is a constant and t is a variable, so this doesn't make so much sense.$$\displaystyle\int \dfrac{1}{y} \, dy- \int\dfrac{1}{y-4}\, dy

=\dfrac{4}{3} \int t\, dt$$

$$\ln |y|-\ln |y-4|=\frac{2t^2}{3}+C$$

ok assume find C from RHS and $y(0) =y_0$

does $y_0=t$??

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