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Please show how to solve y'' - 3y^2=0, substituting v=y' so y'' = v dv/dy Initial conditions are y(0) =2 and y'(0)=4 I got it as far as dy/dx = (y^3 +c)^1/2 but that might be wrong!

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Please show how to solve y'' - 3y^2=0, substituting v=y' so y'' = v dv/dy Initial conditions are y(0) =2 and y'(0)=4 I got it as far as dy/dx = (y^3 +c)^1/2 but that might be wrong!

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