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Please have a look on the attachment. You can find my questions there. Please help me with them. Thanks a lot.
The equation dy/dx = y/(y+x) is nonlinear because it cannot be written in the form shown in green highlight in the attachment.
ODE: An ordinary differential equation (or ODE) is a relation that contains functions of only one independent variable, and one or more of their derivatives with respect to that variable. This means there could be more than one dependent variables such as y, z, w, etc, but they will all depend on one independent variable, say, x.
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PG
Please have a look on the attachment. You can find my questions there. Please help me with them. Thanks a lot.
The equation dy/dx = y/(y+x) is nonlinear because it cannot be written in the form shown in green highlight in the attachment.
ODE: An ordinary differential equation (or ODE) is a relation that contains functions of only one independent variable, and one or more of their derivatives with respect to that variable. This means there could be more than one dependent variables such as y, z, w, etc, but they will all depend on one independent variable, say, x.
Regards
PG
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