# Solved: In 11 and 12 show that the substitution leads to a

## Problem 14E Chapter 4.10

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Problem 14E

In 11 and 12 show that the substitution leads to a Bernoulli equation. Solve this equation (see Section 2.5).

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Solution In this question we have to show that the substitution leads to a Bernoulli equation and solve the equation Step 1 Here the equation is given Let ThenSubstituting the value in , we get Hence it is in the form of Bernoulli equation Step 2 Now we have to solve the equation Dividing the whole equation by x, we get => Let Putting the values in we get Step 3Let us find the integrating factor now Multiplying the integrating factor to the equation Integrating both sides But, Step 4 Substituting it back Now let As we know that Integrating both sides Or

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