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8th Edition

James Stewart

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781285740621

Chapter 9.1, Problem 13E

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Match the differential equations with the solution graphs labeled I–IV. Give reasons for your choices.

(a)

(b)

(a)

(a)

To determine

**To match:**

The differential equation with the solution graphs and to give the reasons for choices.

**1) Concept:**

i. From the graph of function see the nature of function.

ii.

**2) Given:**

The differential equation

And the solution graphs are,

**3) Calculation:**

The given differential equation is

And the graph of functions is

Consider

Notice that,

From the above graph see that only graph with labelled

Therefore, the differential equation

**Conclusion:**

The differential equation

**To match:**

The differential equation with the solution graphs and to give the reasons for choices.

**Solution:**

The differential equation

**1) Concept:**

i. From the graph of function see the nature of function.

ii.

**2) Given:**

The differential equation

And the solution graphs

**3) Calculation:**

The given differential equation is

And the graphs of functions are

Consider

Notice that,

From the above graph see that only function with negative tangent slope ( that is decreasing) when

Therefore, the graph with labelled

Therefore, the differential equation

**Conclusion:**

The differential equation

**To match:**

The differential equation with the solution graphs and to give the reasons for choices.

**Solution:**

The differential equation

**1) Concept:**

i. From the graph of function see the nature of function.

ii.

**2) Given:**

The differential equation

And the solution graphs are

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