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# Help with C4 differential equations watch

1. ,1 through (0,1). I can't do this one. I tried taking the reciprocal, splitting into partial fractions and then anti differentiating to get and I can't get it in the form y = f(x). I got it to but I couldn't do anything else. How is it done?
2. What does the question actually ask you to do? Do you need to get it in the form y = f(x)? If you really must then carry out the division in y/(1+y) long division style or otherwise.
3. by anti differentiating do you mean integrating
4. (Original post by gangsta316)
Assuming that's correct, it quite easy to rearrange.
5. It asks to find the solution curve. The answer at the back of the book is given in the form y = f(x).
6. (Original post by rnd)
Assuming that's correct, it quite easy to rearrange.
How?
7. a = b/(1 + b)

Rearrange for b. What's the most intuitive way?

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