Ajit Mishra’s Online Classroom: Homogeneous Equations

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Ajit Mishra’s Online Classroom: Homogeneous Equations.

If  and  N  of the equation   Mdx + Ndy = 0   are both of the same degree in  x  and  y   , and are homogeneous , the equation is said to be homogeneous  . Such an equation can be put in the form

  dy/dx = f ( y/x )

Every homogeneous equation of the above type can be easily solved by putting     y = vx       
where   v  is a function of , and consequently

dy/dx = v + x ( dv/dx )

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