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comment Help Solving First Order nonlinear ODE
does this fall under common sense eye-balling approach to solving ODE or does this have a name like a lot of methods have names? Thanks a lot!!
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comment Help Solving First Order nonlinear ODE
am I doing this right? Thx
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awarded  Yearling
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asked Creating simultaneous non-linear equations
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accepted Does $\log$ of positive rationals form a group under addition?
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revised Does $\log$ of positive rationals form a group under addition?
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comment Does $\log$ of positive rationals form a group under addition?
@Andreas Thanks. Are there a class of functions which work as homomorphisms from $\{\mathbb{R}^+,*\}$ to $\{\mathbb{R},+\}$? Can I understand more about $\log$ because of this? Thanks.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Does $\log$ of positive rationals form a group under addition?
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comment Does $\log$ of positive rationals form a group under addition?
I could've specified the base with a symbol but I am not sure if the base matters. Everything will go through no matter what the base.
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asked Does $\log$ of positive rationals form a group under addition?
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comment Strategies for deriving properties of an expression
@wisefool I have other restrictions that keep $c \in (0.047,0.08)$, $0<x<79$ and $101<y<600$. I can plot these guys at the specific solutions and check the value. I was wondering if there could be an analytical way to approach the problem. I guess I could try bounds or something.
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comment Strategies for deriving properties of an expression
@wisefool I made another edit where I describe the exact relationship between $f,g$ and $h$. The $h$ are basically $\frac{\delta x}{\delta I}$ that I have derived from differentiating $f,g$ with respect to some variable $I$ that I have suppressed.
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comment Strategies for deriving properties of an expression
@wisefool Thanks. I just gave one set of actual expressions.