What are Differential Equations?
The equation which involves the derivative of the variable which is dependent with respect to the independent variable is known as differential equations. The order here is given to the highest order of the occurring derivative. The degree is given to the presence of the polynomial equation in the derivatives.
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What are Solutions?
The function which is able to satisfy the given differential equation is known as the solution. A general solution is referred to the presence of many arbitrary constants as their order and if the solution is free from these arbitrary constants then it is called as particular solutions. In order to form a differential equation from a function which is given, the function should be differentiated several times as the number of arbitrary constants present in the function and then eliminating them at last.
Variable Separation Method
This type of method is used to solve a certain type of equations in which the variables can be separated entirely which means the terms which contain y should have with dy and the terms which contain x should have with dx.
Homogenous Differential Equation
When the zero degree homogenous functions can be expressed in the form, dy/dx=f(x,y) or dx/dy=g(x,y) where, f(x,y) and g(x,y) are the mentioned functions then it is called homogenous differential equations.
First Order Linear Differential Equations
If R and S are the constants or function of x only and the differential equation is of the form dy/dx+Ry=S.
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