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The resulting

particular primitives, nor strictly one of those curves. It represents a curve formed

of branches from two of them. It is most fitly characterised as a particular ...

The resulting

**solution**y = 0 does not then represent an envelope of the carves ofparticular primitives, nor strictly one of those curves. It represents a curve formed

of branches from two of them. It is most fitly characterised as a particular ...

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George Shoobridge Carr. Eliminating a and b from (2), (3), and (4), we get the

differential equation y$sR%-w>* «□ the integral of which, and the singular

, p. 49.

George Shoobridge Carr. Eliminating a and b from (2), (3), and (4), we get the

differential equation y$sR%-w>* «□ the integral of which, and the singular

**solution**of (1), is -/(16y + 4a' + a!1) = x S(l + x*) + log {x+ •(l + <*)} + 0. [Boole, Sup., p. 49.

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+/»&, = ° (3), therefore either /„ = 0, ft= 0, leading to the singular

eliminating /„, f„, a, b„ — a„bx = 0, and therefore, by (3167), b = 0(a). Multiply

equations (3) by dx, dy respectively, and add, thus fada+fbdb = 0. Substitute 6 = tj

> (a) in ...

+/»&, = ° (3), therefore either /„ = 0, ft= 0, leading to the singular

**solution**; or,eliminating /„, f„, a, b„ — a„bx = 0, and therefore, by (3167), b = 0(a). Multiply

equations (3) by dx, dy respectively, and add, thus fada+fbdb = 0. Substitute 6 = tj

> (a) in ...

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