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  1. Ah thanks, I guess that should had been obvious....

    Ah thanks, I guess that should had been obvious. Thanks again to everyone!
  2. Right. But what about the case where there are...

    Right. But what about the case where there are more than two variables? I.e. y' + xy + z = 0?
  3. Leibniz Notation vs Lagrangian Notation

    For Leibniz notation, we know what y is differentiated in terms of, e.g. dy/dx. However, for Lagrangian notation it's just y'. How will we know what y is differentiated in terms of for a differential...
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