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1. By eliminating the arbitary constant A find the first order differential equation that is equiavalent to y^2=Ax
Ive so far got 2ydy/dx= A
I dont know what to do next
2. (Original post by rshah702)
By eliminating the arbitary constant A find the first order differential equation that is equiavalent to y^2=Ax
Ive so far got 2ydy/dx= A
I dont know what to do next
Well you know that so if you plug this into your DE: now simplify.
3. Thank you
4. This question is wanted in the same format as before x^2+y^2=A does A get eliminated when differentiated. Btw what exam brd do you do
5. (Original post by rshah702)
This question is wanted in the same format as before x^2+y^2=A does A get eliminated when differentiated. Btw what exam brd do you do
Yeah, it does.

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