By James R. Barrante

ISBN-10: 0137417373

ISBN-13: 9780137417377

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16) 'One acceptable way to solve a differential equation is to guess a solution (in German called an Ansotz) and to substitute the solution and its derivatives into the differential equation to see if it satisfies the equation. Complex Roots. Consider, now, the case in which the roots are complex, say, m = a f ib. In this case we have the two particular solutions 76 Chapter 6 Section 6-5 Differential Equations A general solution is, therefore, = cle(a+iblx + c2e(a-iblx = cleax ei b r +~ ~ e = eaX(cleihx + C2e-ibx) General Series Method of Solution - which has the imaginary roots n = +i ~ ~ e - ~ ~ Double Roots.

M(x, y) = 3x2y2 and N(x, y) = 2x3y aM - - -6x2y and ahJ - 6x 2 4 ay ax If, on the other hand, du is an inexact differential, then du = u, which is a quantity that depends on the specific path taking u , to u,. The physical variable represented by u is not a function of state, and unless the functional relationship between the variables x and y in du is known, the integral Ljaydu cannot be evaluated. For example, we saw in Chapter 5 that the work done by the expansion of a gas against an external pressure is a function of both the external pressure on the gas (part of the surroundings) and the volume of the gas.

Also is a solution. + + + 6-3 FIRST-ORDER DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS A first-order linear differential equation is one having the general form When the variable R(x) equals zero, Equation (6-4)is known as the reduced equation. If a function and its derivatives are substituted into Equation (6-1) and satisfy the equation, then the function is said to be a solution to the differential equation. The reduced form of this equation can be solved by simple integration, using a technique known as separation of variables.

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