In Maths T, you learnt how to solve 2 types of differential equations, namely the separable variable and the homogeneous differential equations. In FMT, you will learn how to solve linear differential equations.
Which is an expression of y in terms of x. This method is very simple, let me give you an example:
Probably one of the easiest sections, so don’t make mistakes. Notice that the x is not handed over before the integration is done. A common mistake is that you tend to forget to multiply the integrating factor to the right hand side. So be extra careful in calculations. This is the general solution, and the particular solution can be found if more details are given (for example when y = 1, x = 1). Practise. ☺