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JC 2 MATHS LESSON 25

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS JUNE REVISION

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Our final component of Calculus Revision is Differential Equations. We revised the 3 types of DE techniques; direct, variable separable and by substitution, after which the bulk of our practice was on application questions.
While standard DE application questions can be quite direct, we note that good habits will help us a lot in setup and solving. Be familiar with the common keyword and phrases used to prepare the equation, and internalise good integration habits, eg using the positive quadratic denominator.
We encountered questions with multiple variables or unknown constants and this is something we will be engaging in the buildup to Prelims and A levels. Let's keep practising!



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