# Solved: In 3–8 solve the given differential equation by

## Problem 4E Chapter 4.10

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Problem 4E

In 3–8 solve the given differential equation by using the substitution

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SOLUTIONStep 1In this problem, we are asked to solve the given differential equation by using the substitution .The given equation is .Step 2On substituting in...

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