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there has to be a way without integration because why would they give these questionsDid u buy the wrong textbook?
That's a differential eqn--> 3u yr 12 topic.
You take dx to rhs and the y on the rhs to the lhs. you then integrate and then sub the condition you are given for the function they want you to find
(FYI not a exp rate of change)
So are they assuming that you alone have to derive integration before even learning it? All the questions you have there need integration
I have no clueSo are they assuming that you alone have to derive integration before even learning it? All the questions you have there need integration
2nd one is somewhat doable because you're given functions where you can diff and pull out a derivative that satisfies what the question gives. but the other one is straight a textbook differential equation question.there has to be a way without integration because why would they give these questions
This has to be some bootleg utorrent pirated copy lmao no way in hell would they give you integration in a yr 11 textbook. I'd understand maybe if it was a tutoring centre's resources but that there NEEDS integration to workits the new senior textbook
this is year 12 content, u need to know seperation of variables / integrating factor / ansatz / other methods to solve this equationView attachment 43598
How do u do this (new to this btw)