## A Treatise on Differential Equations |

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admit application arbitrary constants arbitrary function assume becomes Chap Chapter cloth College complete primitive condition connected considered consists contain corresponding curve deduce dependent derived determined differential coefficients dx dx dx dy dx² dy dx Edition effected elementary eliminating equal exact differential example exist expressed final given equation gives Hence homogeneous homogeneous functions illustrate important independent variable integral integrating factor involving lead linear means method Notes obtained ordinary original partial differential equation particular possible present problem proposed question reduced referred regarding relation represent respect result satisfied Schools second member Shew singular solution substituting suppose symbolical theorem theory tion transformation TREATISE variables whence

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