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If we assume that the particle has an initial velocity v0 , so that v(0) = v0 , then v(t) = −gt + v0 . Now this gives the separable equation dx = −gt + v0 dt which has solution −g 2 t + v0 t + C 1 . 2 If the particle has initial position x0 , then x(t) = x(0) = x0 which gives −g 2 t + v0 t + x 0 2 as the position x(t) of the particle in free fall, at time t. 19) Example 1 A man standing on a cliff 60 m high hurls a stone upward at a rate of 20 m/sec. How long does the stone remain in the air and with what speed does it hit the ground below the cliff?

At the request of their children, Randy and Stephen make homemade popsicles. , Kaelin asks if the popsicles are frozen (0◦ C), at which time they test the temperature of a popsicle and find it to be 5◦ C. 4. Some Physical Models Arising as Separable Equations 39 9. 10. 11. 12. they put the popsicles with a temperature of 15◦ C in the freezer at 12:00 noon and the temperature of the freezer is −2◦ C, when will Erin, Kaelin, Robyn, Ryley, Alan, Abdi, and Avani be able to enjoy the popsicles? An object cools in 10 min from 100◦ C to 60◦ C.

Linear Equations 1. y + y = ex 3. y + 2y = −3x 5. y − 3x2 y = x2 1 dy + y=x 7. dx x dy 2x 9. − y = x2 dx 1 + x2 dy + y = cos x 11. dx dy 13. − y = 4ex , y(0) = 4 dx 15. y + y tan x = sec x, y(π) = 1 dy 17. dx + xy = cosx x , y( π2 ) = π4 , x > 0 ✐ 27 2. y + 2y = 4 2 4. y − 2xy = ex 6. 3xy + y = 12x 1 8. y + y = ex x 10. xy + (1 + x)y = e−x sin 2x 12. (2x + 1)y = 4x + 2y 14. y + 2y = xe−2x , y(1) = 0 16. y = (1 − y) cos x, y(π) = 2 18. xy +2y = sin x, y π2 = 1, x > 0 Solve the linear equations in Problems 19–21 by considering x as a function of y, that is, x = x(y).

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