Mathematics Part-II

Book: Mathematics Part-II

Chapter: 9. Differential Equations

Subject: Maths - Class 12th

Q. No. 17 of Exercise 9.5

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A homogeneous differential equation of the from can be solved by making the substitution.

(A) (4x + 6y + 5)dy – (3y + 2x + 4)dx = 0


It cannot be homogeneous as we can see that (4x + 6y + 5) is not homogeneous.


(B) (xy)dx – (x3 + y3)dy = 0


It cannot be homogeneous as the xy which multiplies with dx and x3 + y3 which multiplies with dy are not of same degree.


(C) (x3 + 2y2)dx + 2xy dy = 0


Similarly, it cannot be homogeneous as the x3 + 2y2 which multiplies with dx and 2xy which multiplies with dy are not of same degree.


(D) y2dx + (x2 – xy – y2)dy = 0




Here, putting x = kx and y = ky




= k0.f(x,y)


Therefore, the given differential equations is homogeneous.

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