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# The direction field for is shown in dy/dx = 4x/y Figure

**Chapter 1, Problem 2E**

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**QUESTION:**

Problem 2E

Problem

The direction field for is shown in dy/dx = 4x/y Figure 1.13.

(a) Verify that the straight lines y = ± 2x are solution curves, provided x ≠ 0.

(b) Sketch the solution curve with initial condition y (0) = 2.

(c) Sketch the solution curve with initial condition y(2) = 1.

(d) What can you say about the behavior of the above solutions as x + ∞? How about - ∞

### Questions & Answers

**QUESTION:**

Problem 2E

Problem

The direction field for is shown in dy/dx = 4x/y Figure 1.13.

(a) Verify that the straight lines y = ± 2x are solution curves, provided x ≠ 0.

(b) Sketch the solution curve with initial condition y (0) = 2.

(c) Sketch the solution curve with initial condition y(2) = 1.

(d) What can you say about the behavior of the above solutions as x + ∞? How about - ∞

**ANSWER:**

Solution :

Step 1 ;

In this problem given that

- Consider

Given that the straight lines

is verified.

Then the below graph shows the solution equation .