# Further Pure Mathematics 2 (FP2) help needed

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Can someone lay out the steps for part (b)?

Last edited by Carl Pieck; 1 month ago
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From Part a) you have shown that (I) can be written as (II). Solve the differential equation number (II) for v and then back-substitute y (i.e. you'll have v = f(x) but you know v = 1/y^2 so sub that in and write in form y^2 = f(x)).
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From Part a) you have shown that (I) can be written as (II). Solve the differential equation number (II) for v and then back-substitute y (i.e. you'll have v = f(x) but you know v = 1/y^2 so sub that in and write in form y^2 = f(x)).
Could you please show me the steps? I am stuck in the integration point
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(Original post by Carl Pieck)
Could you please show me the steps? I am stuck in the integration point
Can you post your working up to where you're stuck? The transformed DE should be a case of using an integrating factor to solve, so which integration is giving you problems?
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(Original post by davros)
Can you post your working up to where you're stuck? The transformed DE should be a case of using an integrating factor to solve, so which integration is giving you problems?
Appreciate the effort but I have solved it. I was unable to recall that integral of f'(x)e^f(x) = e^f(x) and was hesitant to use integration by parts.
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