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Let's say 2C = lnA
Now you should have been given values of y and t to enable you to work out A.
For what follows I'm going to assume lnA = 1
So it does seem to give that function.
Okay, but the result of this equation is that y(t) is a complex function ( y² = sqrt(-(t²+1))/t ). Can this be the right answer?
How exactly do you separate?
I want to solve the following ODE: