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Find the orthogonal trajectories of the family of curves. Sketch several members of each family.$$y=m x$$

Calculus 2 / BC

Chapter 16

First-Order Differential Equations

Section 3

Applications

Differential Equations

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in this video, we're gonna go through the answer to question number five from chapter 16.3. So testifying to the orthogonal trajectories off the curve, why is it was m facts where m is a constant. So curves Why was m X are gonna have Grady in the Y The x of i m so that four. Well, I thought, you know, trajectories, I'm gonna have Grady in. You are The X is equal to negative Pacific, all minus one of them. Integrate this to find the family of curves that's gonna give us why is equal to minus one of them ex plus a constancy.

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