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Show that the general solution of the differential equation\(\large\frac{dy}{dx}+\large\frac{y^2+y+1}{x^2+x+1}=0\) is given by \((x+y+1)\;=\;A(1-x-y-2xy)\), where A is parameter

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  • A first order degree differential equation is of the form $\large\frac{dy}{dx} = $$F(x,y)$, and if F(x,y) can be expressed as a product of g(x).h(y), where g(x) is a function of x and h(y) is a function of y, then it is said to be of variables seperable type.
Step 1:
Given :$\large\frac{dy}{dx}+\frac{y^2+y+1}{x^2+x+1}$$=0$
Using the information in the tool box we identify the equation as variables seperable type.
Seperating the variables we get,
Step 2:
Integrating on both sides
$\int \large\frac{dy}{y^2+y+1}=\int\large\frac{-dx}{x^2+x+1}$
$\int \large\frac{dy}{(y+\large\frac{1}{2})^2+(\sqrt{\large\frac{3}{2}})^2}=-\int \large\frac{dx}{(x+\large\frac{1}{2})^2+(\sqrt{\large\frac{3}{2}})^2}$
$\large\frac{2}{\sqrt 3}$$\tan^{-1}\large\frac{(2y+1)}{\sqrt 3}=-\large\frac{2}{\sqrt 3}$$\tan^{-1}\large\frac{(2x+1)}{\sqrt 3}$$+C$
$\large\frac{2}{\sqrt 3}$$\tan^{-1}\large\frac{(2y+1)}{\sqrt 3}+\large\frac{2}{\sqrt 3}$$\tan^{-1}\large\frac{(2x+1)}{\sqrt 3}$$=C$
Step 3:
Apply the formula $\tan^{-1}x +\ tan^{-1}y = tan^{-1}\large\frac{(x+y)}{1-xy} $
$\large\frac{2}{\sqrt 3}$$\tan^{-1}\large\frac{(2y+1)}{\sqrt 3}+\large\frac{2}{\sqrt 3}$$\tan^{-1}\large\frac{(2x+1)}{\sqrt 3}=\large\frac{2}{\sqrt 3}\tan^{-1}\large\frac{(2x+2y+1)}{\sqrt 3}\times \large\frac{3}{(4-4xy+2x+2y)}=C$
Step 4:
On simplifying we get,
Let $\tan\sqrt {\large\frac{3C}{2}}=$$A$
Hence proved.
answered Jul 30, 2013 by sreemathi.v

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