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    X dy/dx +(1-y^2)=0

    This is what I have done so far but the answer is
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    Is that (1-y^2) y to the power of -2?
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    Think i just broke my neck trying to read the question...
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    (Original post by 130398)
    Is that (1-y^2) y to the power of -2?
    No it's (1-y^2)
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    Ahhh sorry will just fix that now
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    Think i just broke my neck trying to read the question...
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    (Original post by josephinemar25)
    No it's (1-y^2)
    Sorry, your picture didn't load for me for some reason
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    Ahhh sorry will just fix that now
    It's ok I think I can do the full 360 now:eek3:
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    Can you see it now???
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    Sorry, your picture didn't load for me for some reason
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    (Original post by josephinemar25)
    Can you see it now???
    Yeah. What book are you using? Might there be a mistake in the answers or something like that? I found at least 10 mistakes in the answers for the Edexcel FP2 book
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    Yeah. What book are you using? Might there be a mistake in the answers or something like that? I found at least 10 mistakes in the answers for the Edexcel FP2 book
    It's not a book just a worksheet with answers given to me from uni for some summer maths work. Starting first year uni in a few weeks time. Do you think it's a mistake then??
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    (Original post by josephinemar25)
    It's not a book just a worksheet with answers given to me from uni for some summer maths work. Starting first year uni in a few weeks time. Do you think it's a mistake then??
    Well, your steps seem correct to me, I haven't done much maths over the summer but going over your working I can't fault it. Maybe I'm tired or maybe you didn't copy the question correctly but otherwise it seems like their answer is wrong.
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    (Original post by josephinemar25)
    It's not a book just a worksheet with answers given to me from uni for some summer maths work. Starting first year uni in a few weeks time. Do you think it's a mistake then??
    You have done everything corect so far, you just need to make y the subject
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    You have done everything corect so far, you just need to make y the subject
    Great thanks for all the help much appreciated 😌
 
 
 
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