Question #231372

4)Find the complete integral of xp+3yq=2(z-x²q²)

Expert's answer

**Solution**

We have;

Hence;

Thus, the Charpit's auxiliary equations are;

Therefore;

which yields *qx = a* (constant). Putting this value of *q* in the given equation, we have

Therefore, *dz* = *p dx* + *q dy* gives;

On integrating, we have the required solution as;

a and b are constants

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