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# Differential Equations - 17

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QUESTION: 3

### The integrating factor of the differential equation (x3 + y2 + 2x)dx + 2ydy = 0 is

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The integrating factor of the differential equation (y4 + 2y)dx + (xy3 + 2y4 - 4x)dy = 0 is

Note: A differential equation is said to be with separated variables if it can be written in the form of P(x)dx + Q(y)dy = 0

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Hint : is a function of y alone.

QUESTION: 5

Which of the following differential equations is with separated variables?

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Differential equation in (a) can be written as exeydx + sin x cos y dy = 0 QUESTION: 6

Which of the following differential equations is with separated variables?

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All the three differential equations in statements (a), (b) and (e) are with separated variables.
Do it yourself.

QUESTION: 7

The differential equation (x + y) [dx - dy] = dx + dy which is not with separated variables, can be transformed into one which is with separated variables, by the substitution

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Proof: Let x + y mv  QUESTION: 8

The differential equation which is not with separated variables, can be transformed into one which is with separated variables, by the substitution.

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Proof: Under the transformation the given differential equation reduces to   Hence the variables are separated.

QUESTION: 9

Which of the following differential equations is not homogeneous one?

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Definition : Homogeneous Differential Equation.
The differential equations which can be expressed as are called homogeneous differential equations. Thus differential equation (a) is homogeneous because this can be written as  Differential equation (b) is homogeneous because this can be written as     which is of the type
P(u) dv - Q(x) dx = 0    ...(ii)
(i.e.seperated variables)
Hence it is exact.

QUESTION: 10

Which one of the following statements is correct?

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QUESTION: 11

The solution curves of the given differential equation xdx + ydy = 0 are given by a family of

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QUESTION: 12

The solution eurves of the given differential equation xdx - dy = 0 are given by a family of

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QUESTION: 13

A first order first degree homogeneous differential equation

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QUESTION: 14

A first order first degree homogeneous differential equation

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QUESTION: 15

Which of the following transformations reduces a homogeneous differential equation of first order and first degree into one with separated variables?

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QUESTION: 16

The transformation y = vx reduces the given homogeneous differential equation Solution:

The tranformation is  ∴ given differential equation reduces to  QUESTION: 17

Which of the following transformations reduces the given differential equation in to homogeneous one?

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The transformation given in (b) reduces the differential equation which is homogeneous.

QUESTION: 18

A general linear differential equation of first order can be written as

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The most general linear first order differential equation is given by Remark : DE in (a) may not be linear and DE in (c) is not most general.

QUESTION: 19

Which of the following differential equations is linear, homogeneous and of first order?

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DE in (a) is linear, homogeneous and first order.
DE in (b) is linear, first order but non-homogeneous.
DE in (c) is of first order, non-linear & non-homogeneous DE in (d) is of first order, linear but non-homogeneous.

QUESTION: 20

The integrating factor of the differential equation depends upon

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The integrating factor is given by Therefore the integrating factor depends upon P(x) only.