By Dennis G. Zill

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Symbols CJ and c2 and has the form F(y, y") cl> c2, and k represent constants. 2 d 3. 2 (cJ cos kx + c2 sin kx) = dx 2 d 4. 2 (c J cosh kx + c2 sinh kx) = dx In Problems = 0. The symbols 5 and 6, compute y' and y" and then combine these derivatives with y as a linear second-order differential In Problems 3 and 4, fill in the blank and then write this result equation that is free of the symbols CJ and c2 and has the form F(y, y', y") = 0. The symbols CJ and c2 represent constants. as a linear second-order differential equation that is free of the CHAPTER 1 in Review 29 In Problems 7-12, match each of the given differential equa­ In Problems tions with one or more of these solutions: plicit solution of the given differential equation.

22. 24. dx dy dx y(O)=0. 33. 1 guaran­ tees that the differential equation y' = yyz=-g possesses a 25. (1, 4) 16 26. (5, 3) I of definition for the solution of the first-order initial-value problem y' = y2, - y= x unique solution through the given point. (-oo, llJo) or (1/y0, oo). (b) Determine the largest interval xy = �vr xv (y - x)y' = y that satisfies y'= y2, y(O)= y0, where Yo * 0. Explain is either whose graph passes through a point (x0, y0) in the region. 1 can be taken to be y'(-1) = -5 y(O) = 0 + solutions of the differential equation y'=y2.

A snowplow started out at noon, going 2 miles the first hour and 1 mile the second hour. 23 (b) Agnew, McGraw-Hill, and then discuss the construction and solution of the mathematical model. 38. Reread this section and classify each mathematical model as linear or nonlinear. 15 P(t) rep­ 39. Population Dynamics 35. Falling Body In Problem 23, supposer = R + s, wheres is the distance from the surface of the Earth to the falling body. What does the differential equation obtained in Problem 23 become when s is very small compared to R?

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