Differential Equations
3y2yx^2 [ 1 + (ln (2x^3 / 3y^2))^2 ]dx  2xdy =0
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3y2yx^2 [ 1 + (ln (2x^3 / 3y^2))^2 ]dx  2xdy =0
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if the given
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depth 50 meters
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find a general solution
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Please help me to solve that
can anyone help with Hoists and Haulages in engineering mechanics?
please help!
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(there is a given 3 for opposite, 1 for adjacent)
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