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Sketch the graph of a typical solution. = P(1 − P). 6. Let dP dt a. Find all solutions by separating variables. ) b. Let P(0) = P0 . Suppose 0 < P0 < 1. What happens to P(t) as t → ∞? c. Let P(0) = P0 . Suppose P0 > 1. What happens to P(t) as t → ∞? 1. Now let’s see what we can do when the order of the differential equation is 1. 1 A linear ﬁrst-order differential equation is an equation of the form a1 (x) dy + a0 (x)y = f (x), dx where a1 , a0 , and f are functions of the independent variable alone.

The initial point (x(0), y(0)) = (0, 7) is indicated. Looking at the solution formulas for x(t) and y(t), we see that lim x(t) = 0 = lim y(t), so that the curve tends toward the origin as t increases. 3c shows y plotted against t. 3a as the path (or trajectory) of an object or quantity whose motion or change is governed by the system of differential equations. Initial conditions specify the behavior (the value, rate of change, and so on) at a single point on the path of the moving object or changing quantity.

Explain. 6. M. He started from a parked position and steadily increased his speed in such a way that when he reached his aunt’s house he was driving at 60 miles per hour. ) How far is it from Barry’s home to his aunt’s house? 7. A 727 jet needs to be ﬂying 200 mph to take off. If the plane can accelerate from 0 to 200 mph in 30 seconds, how long must the runway be, assuming constant acceleration? 8. 8 seconds. a. Assuming constant acceleration, how far will the car travel before it reaches 60 mph?