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Topic: Problem with a differential equation
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Jim Sprigs

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Re: Problem with a differential equation
Posted: Oct 29, 2005 11:52 AM
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proton wrote:
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> I don´t know how to tackle the following differential equation:
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> y''= a/y^2 + b*y'/y^3 + c*int(dt/y^2)


"dt" being a constant d multiplied by t, and ' being differentiation wrt
t?

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