Email
Chat with tutor
logo

Ask Questions, Get Answers

X
 
Answer
Comment
Share
Q)

The solution of the differential equation $(1+y^2) + (x - e^{\tan^{-1} y} )\frac{dy}{dx} = 0 $ is :


( A ) $ x e^{\tan^{-1} y} = \tan^{-1} y +k$
( B ) $(x-2) = ke^{-\tan^{-1} y}$
( C ) $ x e^{2\tan^{-1} y} = e^{\tan^{-1} y} +k$
( D ) $2 x e^{\tan^{-1} y} = e^{2 \tan^{-1} y} +k$

Please log in or register to answer this question.

Help Clay6 to be free
Clay6 needs your help to survive. We have roughly 7 lakh students visiting us monthly. We want to keep our services free and improve with prompt help and advanced solutions by adding more teachers and infrastructure.

A small donation from you will help us reach that goal faster. Talk to your parents, teachers and school and spread the word about clay6. You can pay online or send a cheque.

Thanks for your support.
Continue
Please choose your payment mode to continue
Home Ask Homework Questions
Your payment for is successful.
Continue
...