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Can someone plz explain where I'm going wrong below?
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You could have integrated the lleft hand side directly, without partial fractions, as its roughly
f'(y)/f(y)
but I guess the mistake is when you take inverse log (exponential) of the right hand side. Similar to a couple of days ago, write it out explicity. You're doing it to individual terms, not to the whole of the right hand side.
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(Original post by mqb2766)
You could have integrated the lleft hand side directly, without partial fractions, as its roughly
f'(y)/f(y)
but I guess the mistake is when you take inverse log (exponential) of the right hand side. Similar to a couple of days ago, write it out explicity. You're doing it to individual terms, not to the whole of the right hand side.
Oh yea should have spotted the f'/f
I get taking the e^ of the whole side now - thank you
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