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    Differential Equation: Partial Integrals

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    For this problem state the menthod you used and show the work required to obtain the answer.

    Find the complete solution to each of the equation problem:

    4y^2 - 4y^1 + y = e^(x/2) * square root of (1-x^2)

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    Solution:

    4d2y/dx2 -4dy/dx +y = e(x2/2)Ö(1-x2)

    Putting y = emx in left hand side we get ...

    Solution Summary

    Partial integrals are used to solve an equation. The methods of work required is stated.

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