Ashley P.

asked • 11/25/20

Differential Equations

How do we solve the following differential equation?


dr/[ (m/(r^2)) + vcos(theta) ] = r*d(theta)/(-vsin(theta)

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Ashley P.

Could you please explain how to derive the solution from that method? Thank you!
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11/25/20

Ashley P.

We need to show that the solution equals to ; v*(r^2)*((sin(theta))^2) - 2m*cos(theta) = k, where k k is a constant
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11/25/20

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