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Topic: integral of y dx
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Yogi

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Re: integral of y dx
Posted: Sep 11, 2004 10:11 PM
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On 10 Sep 04 19:24:40 -0400 (EDT), Will wrote:
>How do you solve this dy = integral of y dx.

As others have pointed out, this really doesn't make sense- the
integral on the right CAN'T be equal to the differential on the left.

I suspect what you mean is "integrate BOTH sides of dy= y dx".

Don Taylor pointed out what you should do- get only y on one side of
the equation, only x and the other and then integrate.





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