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Equation dy/dx+py=Q where P & Q are the function of x or constant term is: i)Linear...
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You need to remember that the first order differential equation is a linear combination of functions P(x) and Q(x) and its standard form is given by the following equation, such that:
`y' + P(x)*y = Q(x).`
The first order is given by the presence of y and its derivative y'.
Hence, you need to select the last answer, none of these, since none of the previous answers do not fully explain the meaning of an first order linear differential equation.
Posted by sciencesolve on November 14, 2012 at 6:45 AM (Answer #1)
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