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Unformatted text preview: Math 250A (Kennedy)  Exam 2 — Fall ’07
SHOW YOUR WORK. Correct answers with no work will get no credit. 1. (16 points total) Consider the differential equation 2;“
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(i) horizontal translation, i.e., if is a solution then y(:z: — c) is too. yer (ii) vertical translation, i.e., if is a solution then + c is too. N0 (0) Find the solution through the point (1, 1) Hint: Note that the solution
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a—y The parameter b can be any nonzero number. Find the equilibrium solutions
and determine if they are stable, unstable or semistable. (2 — ey/b) a {2— a”) :0
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credit will be given on this one. Let y(m) be a solution of the differential equation
dy _ 1 d3? ” (y  002
(a) Let @(m) = Is :1] a solution? +1 /\/o (b) Let @(w) Is y a solution? (e) Let 27(33) = —y(—:1:). Is 3 a solution? 6. (15 points) In the homework you solved the differential equation
y’ = %(1 — 3/2) with the initial condition y(()) = O and found, hopefully, em—l
y($)_ex+l Now consider the differential equation f’ = 4 — f2 with the initial condition
f (0) = 0. Find the solution. Hint: There are two ways to do this. You can ignore the above formula for y(a:) and just solve the dif eq for f. Of you can
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 Fall '11
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