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Learn Chapter 9 Differential Equations of Class 12 for free with solutions of all NCERT Questions for CBSE Maths

First, we learned How to differentiate functions (In Chapter 5), then how to integrate them (in Chapter 7).

In differential equations,

we are given an equation like

dy/dx = 2x + 3

and **we need to find y**

An equation of this form

dy/dx = g(x)

is known as a **differential equation.**

In this chapter, we will

- Study what is the
**degree**and**order**of a differential equation - Then find
**general**and**particular solution**of it. - We will learn
**how to form a differential equation**, if the general solution is given - Then, finding general solution using
**variable separation method** - Finding General Solution of a
**Homogeneous**Differential Equation - And, solving
**Linear Differential Equations**

If you're just starting out with this chapter, click on a topic in** Concept wise** and begin. The questions are arranged from easy to difficult, with important questions marked.

Click on a topic to start!

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Learn Chapter 9 Differential Equations of Class 12 for free with solutions of all NCERT Questions for CBSE Maths

First, we learned How to differentiate functions (In Chapter 5), then how to integrate them (in Chapter 7).

In differential equations,

we are given an equation like

dy/dx = 2x + 3

and **we need to find y**

An equation of this form

dy/dx = g(x)

is known as a **differential equation.**

In this chapter, we will

- Study what is the
**degree**and**order**of a differential equation - Then find
**general**and**particular solution**of it. - We will learn
**how to form a differential equation**, if the general solution is given - Then, finding general solution using
**variable separation method** - Finding General Solution of a
**Homogeneous**Differential Equation - And, solving
**Linear Differential Equations**

If you're just starting out with this chapter, click on a topic in** Concept wise** and begin. The questions are arranged from easy to difficult, with important questions marked.

Click on a topic to start!