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RD Sharma Class 12 Solutions Chapter 22 - Differential Equations (Ex 22.6) Exercise 22.6

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RD Sharma Class 12 Solutions Chapter 22 - Differential Equations (Ex 22.6) Exercise 22.6 - Free PDF

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Differential Equations of Class 12 Chapter 22 RD Sharma

Differential Equations is a form of equations that involves derivatives of functions. It is of the form dy/dx, y is the function, i.e., f(x).

dy/dx = g(x); y= f(x)

Differential equations are common in maths, physics and engineering. The two most types of differential equations are Ordinary Differential Equations and Partial Differential Equations.

Topics Included in Class 12 RD Sharma 

  • Introduction

  • Order of differential equation

  • Degree of differential equation

  • General and Particular Solutions of a Differential Equation

  • Methods of Solving First Order, First Degree Differential Equations

  • Differential equations with variables separable

  • Homogeneous differential equations

  • Linear differential equations

Download the Solutions of Class 12 Differential Equations Ex-22 RD Sharma

Class 12 maths experts of Vedantu have provided the solutions to the unsolved RD Sharma Differential Equations exercise 22.6. It is the most helpful and researched reference book to ace your board examination. Also, it helps you clear the tough competitive exams like JEE (Joint entrance exam) and assists you in engineering classes. Experts have crafted these solutions according to the CBSE guidelines to help you understand the basics of differential equations. 

These solutions are free to download as there is no cost to pay; even you can download the solutions of sample papers and previous year papers board papers that too are free. Sign in with your valid email id and download all these resources on your device.

FAQs on RD Sharma Class 12 Solutions Chapter 22 - Differential Equations (Ex 22.6) Exercise 22.6

1. What is the order and degree of differential equations?

The highest order derivative present in the differential equations is an order, and the degree is the power of the highest order derivative. The equation mentioned below is an example of the one-degree and three-order differential equations.

(f‴) + (f″)4 + f = x

The degree of any differential equation is associated with the order of the differential equation. Download all the related materials from the Vedantu website to learn more about the differential equations and the difference between order and degree. 

2. What is the weightage of the Differential Equations in Class 12th?

Differential Equation is a little bit complex to learn, and from an exam point of view, this chapter is very influential to study. It nearly bags ten crucial marks. NCERT and RD Sharma are the most helpful and full of knowledge books to look forward to chasing these ten marks. RD Sharma has included a variety of questions, and a few are on the applications of differential equations. Vedantu maths experts have offered you solutions to all these questions. Download them from our website vedantu.com or install our app to get them on the phone.

3. Is NCERT enough to score good marks in Class 12?

If your concepts are clear and you have practised a good amount of questions of all the topics, then it is enough for you to have graceful marks in the examination. To practice exam-oriented questions, you can choose RD Sharma of class 12; it helps you understand the applications of the concepts. You can join the Vedantu online maths tuition for class 12 to solve questions in the presence of experts.

4. How to self study Differential Equations by RD Sharma?

A differential equation is not like other chapters; it is tough for self-study. You must possess a good source of resources. The first thing you should read is the NCERT Maths textbook of class 12; to get a basic understanding of the chapter. NCERT is the best book to learn the basics, but it doesn’t have enough questions to practice so you should solve the questions from RD Sharma. Solutions are available to download on the Vedantu; you can match your answers to correct your mistakes.

5. What is a homogeneous differential equation?

A differential equation is homogeneous if it contains a differentiation and function with a set of variables. The function f(x, y) in a homogeneous differential equation is a homogeneous function such that f(λx, λy) = λnf(x, y), for any non zero constant λ. The general form of the homogeneous differential equation is mentioned below.


f(x,y)dy+g(x,y)dx = 0

The homogeneous function does not have any constant term in the function. Also, homogeneous differential equations are not of any following functions logarithmic, exponential or any other functions.