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A homogeneous ordinary first order differential equation is an equation where the dependent variable and its derivatives appear only on the left side of the equation, while all terms on the right side are zero. A non-homogeneous ordinary first order differential equation is an equation where the dependent variable and its derivatives appear on the left side of the equation, but there are terms on the right side of the equation which are non-zero.

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Feb. 11, 2023, 6:26 p.m.

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