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Post by Mohammed Murjis on February 28, 2013

why in the first example you set y = 200 where y(0)= 100 and in this one you set y = 250 rather than 1000

in the first one you increased the number to 200 and the second you decreased it to 250

Separable Differential Equations

  • Often in this technique, logarithms appear – be careful in working with these!
  • Often our constant of integration ends up appearing in an exponent – be careful in working with this, too!
  • You will see much more on this topic if you take a course in differential equations!

Separable Differential Equations

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Differential Equations 0:10
    • Focus on Exponential Growth/Decay
    • Separating Variables
  • Lecture Example 1 1:35
  • Lecture Example 2 6:41
  • Lecture Example 3 9:36
  • Additional Example 4
  • Additional Example 5