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# Applied maths/AL/tutorial/De-1/p.

## PLK Vicwood K.T.Chong Sixth Form College

Applied Mathematics (AL)
Tutorial

## 1. Solve the following differential equations.

dy xe x
(a)  .
dx 2 y
dy
(b) = x2y2.
dx
dy
(c) sinx + y = 0 ; y(0) = 2.
dx

## 2. Solve the following differential equations.

dy
(a) (2x + 3y + 4) =1.
dx
dy
(b) (2x  y  2) =2.
dx

## 3. Solve the following homogenous equations.

dy x 2  2 y 2
(a)  .
dx xy
dy 2 xy
(b)  2 ; y(0) = 2.
dx x  y 2

## 4. Solve the following differential equations.

dy
(a) (x + 2y  4) = y + 1.
dx
dy y  7
(b)  .
dx 2 x  y  3

## 5. Solve the following differential equations.

dy
(a) (x  y + 2) = x y+1.
dx
dy 6 x  3 y  1
(b)  .
dx 2 x  y  2
Applied maths/AL/tutorial/De-1/p.2

## PLK Vicwood K.T.Chong Sixth Form College

Applied Mathematics (AL)
Tutorial
Topic: First order separable differential equation Code: De- 1.1

## 1. Solve the following differential equations.

dy xe x
(a)  ; y(0) = 1.
dx 3y
dy
(b) = x2y3 ; y(1) = 2.
dx
dy
(c) cosx + y = 0 ; y(0) = 2.
dx

## 2. By using given substitutions, or otherwise, solve the following differential

equations.
dy
(a) (2x + 3y + 4) =1 ; u = 2x+3y+4
dx
dy
(b) (3x 2 y  1) =2 ; u = 3x 2y  1.
dx
dy
(c) (x  2y + 2) = x  2y+1 ; u = x 2y.
dx
dy 4 x  2 y  3
(d)  ; u = 2x + y.
dx 2x  y  1

## 3. Solve the following homogenous equations.

dy 2 x 2  y 2
(a)  ; y(1) = 1.
dx xy
dy xy
(b)  ; y(2) = 1.
dx x 2  4 y 2
dy y
(c)  ; y(2) = 2.
dx x  xy

## 4. (a) Solve the system of linear equations

3h  2k  5  0,

 h  2k  1  0.

## (b) Using the substitution X = x  h and Y = y  k, or otherwise, solve the

following differential equation.
dy
(3x  2y  5) = x+2y + 1.
dx