# In 11 and 12 show that the substitution leads to a ## Problem 13E Chapter 4.10

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Problem 13E

In Problems 11 and 12 show that the substitution leads to a Bernoulli equation. Solve this equation (see Section 2.5). Step-by-Step Solution:
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In this problem we need to show that the substitution leads to a Bernoulli equation and then solve the equation .

Step-2:

Given equation is .

Substitute in above equation we get.  Now, the above equation is in the form of (which is Bernoulli equation).

Here, n = 3.

Both sides divide with we get. …..(1)

Step-3:

Substitute,   Substitute these values in equation (1) we get.  Integrating factor is Step-4:

Multiply the equation both sides with we get.  Integrating on both sides we get. Step 2 of 3

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