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A function F is called homogeneous of degree n if F (tx, ty) = tn F (x, y) for all x and y. That is, if tx and ty are substituted for x and y in F (x, y) and if tn is then factored out, we are left with F (x, y). 2. SEPARABLE DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 27 so that F is homogeneous of degree 2. Homogeneous diﬀerential equations and functions that are homogeneous of degree n are related in the following manner. Suppose the functions M and N in the diﬀerential equation M (x, y) dx + N (x, y) dy = 0 are both homogeneous of the same degree n.

Two hours later it is 72◦ F. If the temperature of the surroundings is 65◦ F, what was the approximate time of death? This problem is solved as the last example. Here T (0) represents the temperature when the body was discovered and T (2) is the temperature of the body 2 hours later. 8) becomes T (t) = 17ekt + 65. 3. PHYSICAL PROBLEMS WITH SEPARABLE EQNS so that T (t) = 17 7 17 37 t/2 + 65. This equation gives us the temperature of the body at any given time. 6◦ F at this time. 53569. 53 hours before being discovered.

Example 9: Solve dy = 0. dx We ﬁrst observe that this can be rewritten as y + (x − 2y) dy y = . 4) 24 CHAPTER 1. TRADITIONAL 1ST-ORDER DIFF EQUATIONS Dividing numerator and denominator by x gives y/x dy = . dx 2y/x − 1 The right-hand side is then of the form g(y/x) and making the change of variables y = vx gives v dv = , v+x dx 2v − 1 which becomes dv 2(v − v 2 ) x = . dx 2v − 1 This equation is separable! Rearranging gives 2v − 1 1 dv = dx, 2(v − v 2 ) x and integrating both sides yields 1 − ln |v − v 2 | = ln |x| + C1 .

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