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# Solution To System Of ODEs watch

1. Now I solved this, by differentiating the former equation to get and using

But if I solve differentiating the equation in first, I get

and using the second ODE above, y=

why are the answers different, are both acceptable ?
2. (Original post by NotNotBatman)

Now I solved this, by differentiating the former equation to get and using

But if I solve differentiating the equation in first, I get

and using the second ODE above, y=

why are the answers different, are both acceptable ?
Has to do with arbitrary constant A and B and the usual idea of stuff getting absorbed into them. Either answer is fine.
3. (Original post by RDKGames)
Has to do with arbitrary constant A and B and the usual idea of stuff getting absorbed into them. Either answer is fine.
That's what I was thinking, but couldn't confirm it. Thanks.

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