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A differential equation is an equation that has the general form

- $A{\frac {df(x)}{dx}}+B=0$

Which can be rewritten as

- ${\frac {df(x)}{dx}}+{\frac {B}{A}}=0$

Equivalent to

- $f^{'}(x)=0$

- $A{\frac {df(x)}{dx}}+B=0$
- ${\frac {df(x)}{dx}}+{\frac {B}{A}}=0$
- $f(x)=-{\frac {B}{A}}$

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