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Thus, [M(t)/dl + pS(t)lm](S(t)/N(t)) is indeed the rate of decrease of susceptibles due to death for all reasons other than the disease. So. Eq. (19) is an equality between two different ways of expressing the rate of change of susceptibles. REMARK 1 All these assumptions leading to Eq. (19) are reasonable on the intuitive level and lead to the mathematical formulation, or model, of the situation we are examining. Once we have Eq. (19), we can use differential equations to get relation (23). There are special cases where we can have reasonable expectations for the ratio S(a)/N(a), and we should make sure that (23) fulfills these expectations.

9) Equation (9) is clearly a separable differential equation. 28. 1 we observed that according to Newton's second law of motion a moving body of mass m and velocity v is governed by the differential equation dt (mv) = kF, (10) where F is the resultant force acting on the body and k is a constant of proportionality. If it happens that F is a function of the velocity v and does not depend explicitly on time, and if m is a constant, then Eq. (10) is a separable differential equation. 1, the constant k is equal to 1.

How much salt is in the tank after 5 minutes? How much salt is in the tank after a very long time? 26. Verify Eq. (11) of this section. 27. The Bernoulli equation is the differential equation y' + a(x)y = b(x)y", n * 0,1. Show that the transformation w = y' -" reduces the Bernoulli differential equation to the linear differential equation w' + (1 - n)a(x)w = (1 - n)b(x). In Exercises 28 through 31, solve the Bernoulli differential equation (see Exercise 27). 28. y' 30 . XI y= - 1 2y y ' - 2xy = 4x y'° 1 29.