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the slope of a tangent at a curve at (x,y) is equal to the square of abscissa of the point. find the differential equation?

the slope of a tangent at a curve at (x,y) is equal to the square of abscissa of the point. find the differential equation?

Grade:11

1 Answers

Chandan
121 Points
3 years ago
simple the tangent is dy\dx............
abscissa is the x coordinate.............
so the diffrential equation is:
dy\dx=3x
hope it helped 
thankyou

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