# Explain how to sketch the direction field of the equation ## Problem 8E Chapter 7.8

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Problem 8E

Explain how to sketch the direction field of the equation y?(t)= F(t, y), where F is given.

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Problem 8EExplain how to sketch the direction field of the equation y(t)= F(t, y), where F is given.Answer; Step-1; The given direction field of the equation is ; = F( t,y) The given differential equation is a first order differential equation of the form = F( t,y) where F( t ,y) is some expression in t and y.The differential equation says that the slope of...

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