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What integral equation is equivalent to the initial value problem y′ = ƒ(x), y(x0) = y0?

Step 1

Write y'= dy/dx

Then separate the variables.

Step 2

Integrate both sides.

c= integrating constant.

Step 3

Given y(x0) = y0 this means at x=x0...

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