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hopefully i didnt make a careless mistake...

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1 year ago

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If u can observe this it will be great. If not sub u=ln x. The Q asks u to show that the integrating factor is lnx, and then find the general solution (which does not have to be in terms of lnx of course).

Date Posted:
1 year ago

Give me lnx (1/lnx)

This doesnt equate to 1/(ln^2x^2) ? But why ? I thought x term multiply together get x^2? Why only the ln is squared ?

Can help another Q pls