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FRANCISCO ALEJANDRO TORRES GARCIA Assignment D1Tarea1Var sep homog due 02/17/2013 at 05:32pm EST

20132 Ec Dif ByF AL

dy 1. (1 pt) Find the equation of the solution to = x3 y dx through the point (x, y) = (1, 4).

y=-x/7 y=-sqrt(x2 + 492)/7

(correct) 4. (1 pt) Solve the initial value problem y = x2 y2 with xy

Answer(s) submitted: y=(4/e(1/4))e(x(4)/4)

y(2) = 4.

(correct) 2. (1 pt) Sometimes a change of variable can be used to convert a differential equation y = f (t , y) into a separable equation. One common change of variable technique is as follows. (1) Consider a differential equation of the form y = f (t + y + ), where , , and are constants. Use the change of variable z = t + y + to rewrite the differential equation as a separable equation of the form z = g(z).
Answer(s) submitted: y=sqrt((x(4)/2)+56)/(x)

(correct) 5. (1 pt) Solve the initial value problem y = (x + y 2)2 with y(0) = 0. (1) To solve this, we should use the substitution u= u =

Solve the initial value problem y = (t + y)2 1, y(3) = 4.

Enter derivatives using prime notation (e.g., you would dy ). enter y for dx (2) After the substitution from the previous part, we obtain the following linear differential equation in x, u, u .

(a) g(z) =

(b) y(t ) =
Answer(s) submitted: z(2) ((7t(2))-22t+7)/(22-7t)

(3) The solution to the original initial value problem is described by the following equation in x, y.
Answer(s) submitted: x+y-2 1+y u-1=u(2) y=tan(x+arctan(-2))-x+2

(correct) 3. (1 pt) Solve the differential equation dy x = . dx 49y (1) Find an implicit solution and put your answer in the following form: = constant. (2) Find the equation of the solution through the point (x, y) = (7, 1).

(correct) 6. (1 pt) Solve the initial value problem 2yy + 5 = y2 + 5x with y(0) = 8. (1) To solve this, we should use the substitution u= With this substitution, y= y = Enter derivatives using prime notation (e.g., you would dy enter y for dx ).
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(3) Find the equation of the solution through the point (x, y) = (0, 7). Your answer should be of the form y = f (x).
Answer(s) submitted: 49/2y(2)-x(2)/2

(2) After the substitution from the previous part, we obtain the following linear differential equation in x, u, u .

(correct) 10. (1 pt) Find a non-constant solution to (x )2 + x2 = 4 using your knowledge of derivatives from basic calculus. x(t ) =
Answer(s) submitted: 2sin(t+(pi/6))

(3) The solution to the original initial value problem is described by the following equation in x, y.
Answer(s) submitted: y(2) u(1/2) 1/(2u(1/2))

(correct) 11. (1 pt) Find a solution to dy = xy + 9x + 4y + 36. dx

(score 0.4000000059604645) 7. (1 pt) Solve y = (y 1)(y + 1) if y(1) = 0. y(x) =


Answer(s) submitted: (e(2x)+e2)/(e2-e(2x))

Answer(s) submitted: y=k*(e(x2/2)e(4x))-9

(correct) 12. (1 pt) Solve the initial value problem yy + x = with y(4) = 48. (1) To solve this, we should use the substitution u= u = Enter derivatives using prime notation (e.g., you would dy enter y for dx ). (2) After the substitution from the previous part, we obtain the following linear differential equation in x, u, u . x 2 + y2

(correct) 8. (1 pt) Find a solution to A(t ) =


Answer(s) submitted: 7e(-9t)

dA = 9A if A(0) = 7. dt

(correct) 9. (1 pt) Suppose y(t ) = 6e5t is a solution of the initial value problem y + ky = 0, y(0) = y0 . What are the constants k and y0 ? k=

(3) The solution to the original initial value problem is described by the following equation in x, y.
Answer(s) submitted: x(2)+y(2) 2x+2yy (1/2)u=u(1/2)

y0 =
Answer(s) submitted: 5 6
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