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1 day ago by Mathical
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Jan 12 by Rod
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Jan 12 by Mathical
Please help me answer this questions.
Classify the following differential equations as whether
A. Ordinary or partial
B. Linear or non linear
C. Unknown function
D. Independent  variables
E. Order
F. Degree.
1.s"-4s'+5s'=cosx-4sinx
2.[1+d^2y/dx^2]^3/4 =p(dy/dx) ^2
3.x^2(d^y/dx^3)^4+log(1+x) (d^2y/dx2)^5=x^7
4.xd^2v/dx^2+(dv/dx) ^1/3=e^x
Oct 30, 2016 by CRISTDOM
Please can you help me to solve this, ( 2'-3) this the point
Jul 23, 2016 by lovelymath
The function f(x)=x^3-x^2-x-11/4 is graphed in the x-y plane above. If k is a constant such that the equation f(x)=k has three real solutions, which of the following could be the value of k?
Jul 23, 2016 by lovelymath
Please help me to solve this. Thanks

Let A, B, n to be whole number.
What is the modular form of the elliptic equation:  Y^2= X^3+(A^n-B^n)X^2-(AB)^n
Nov 22, 2015 by lovelymath
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Jul 12, 2015 by gabbyjim
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