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What’s the problem?
I am still at the beginning of the course and i am having trouble grasping some of the techniques for solving first order differential equations. I know how to solve the linear ones, but i don’t understand how to use bernoulli’s equation, or the substitution techniques.
Can you ask the teacher for extra help? If not try making friends with other people in the oourse and make a study group.
I am definitely going to. It’s really not hard stuff, im just waiting for it to click. Thanks.
This website might be able to help you understand. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/Mathematics/geom…
Hope it helps you out.
Thanks. I am going to check it out right now.
Let me know if it helps.
like.. derivatives? im taking calc..
OMG. Diff EQ. that sucks. i have heard horror stories!
it is a horror story.
we just had a test that was soo hard that 3 people looked at the test, gave it back, ,and left.
wow i thought u were talking about differential equations in calc, just looked up bernoulli’s princ. & wow. good luck w/ that
they should offer tutoring tho at school
yeah, this is after calc 3.
wow dude, props.
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