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An ODE is said to be of order n if the nth derivative of the unknown function y is the highest derivative of y in the equation. The concept of order gives a useful classification into ODEs of first order, second order, and so on. Thus, (1) is of first order, (2) of second order, and (3) of third order. In this chapter we shall consider first-order ODEs. Such equations contain only the first derivative y r and may contain y and any given functions of x. Hence we can write them as (4) F(x, y, y r ) ϭ 0 or often in the form y r ϭ f (x, y).

Is this simpler than (a)? (c) Graph the seven particular solutions satisfying the following initial conditions y(0) ϭ 1, y(p>2) ϭ Ϯ12 , Ϯ23 , Ϯ1 (see figure below). (d) Which solution of (21) do we not get in (a) or (b)? y 3 2 1 0 π 2π 3π 4π x –1 –2 –3 Particular solutions in CAS Project 18 Linear ODEs. Bernoulli Equation. Population Dynamics Linear ODEs or ODEs that can be transformed to linear form are models of various phenomena, for instance, in physics, biology, population dynamics, and ecology, as we shall see.

3 Separable ODEs. Modeling 17 Step 3. Particular solution. The initial height (the initial condition) is h(0) ϭ 225 cm. 00 and thus the particular solution (Fig. 000 332t)2. Step 4. Tank empty. 6 [hours]. Here you see distinctly the importance of the choice of units—we have been working with the cgs system, in which time is measured in seconds! We used g ϭ 980 cm>sec2. ᭿ Step 5. Checking. Check the result. 25 m h(t) 100 50 Outflowing water 0 0 10000 30000 50000 t Water level h(t) in tank Tank Fig.

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