This video explains how to solve a differential equation in the form y’=axy+bx using separation of variables.

# Ex: Solve an IVP Using Separation of Variables in the Form y’=axy+bx

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# Ex: Solve an IVP Using Separation of Variables in the Form y’=axy+bx

# Ex: Solve an IVP Using Separation of Variables in the Form y’=(ax+b)/(xy^2)

# Ex: Initial Value Problem Using Separation of Variables in the Form y’ = e^(ay+bx)

# Ex: Initial Value Problem in the Form y’ = kx Using Shortcut

# Ex 2: Initial Value Problem Using Separation of Variables in the Form y’=ay+b

# Ex 1: Initial Value Problem Using Separation of Variables in the form y’ = ky

# Ex: Solve a Differential Equation that Models the Change in a Bank Account Balance

This video explains how to solve a differential equation in the form y’=axy+bx using separation of variables.

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This video explains how to solve a differential equation in the form y’=(ax+b)/(xy^2) using separation of variables.

This video explains how to solve a differential equation in the form y’ = e^(ay+bx) using separation of variables.

This video explains how to solve a differential equation in the form y’ = ky using a shortcut.

This video explains how to solve a differential equation using separation of variables. The solution is an exponential function.

This video explains how to solve a differential equation in the form y’ = ky using separation of variables.

This video provides an example of how to solve a IVP problem that models the change in a bank account by using separation of variables.