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Isogonal trajectories. ,y,O)=0 (87) at a given angle. If the given angle is a right angle, the trajectory is called the orthogonal trajectory. We show t h a t finding an isogonal trajectory leads to integrating a first order differential equation. On eliminating C from the equations: we obtain the differential equation of the given family (87) as in [7]: # ( * , V, 2/0 = 0. (88) We start by finding the orthogonal trajectory. e. the slopes of the tangents to the trajectory are the reciprocals, with reversed sign, of the slopes of the tangents to the given family.

7) On assigning definite values to constants Cv C2, . . , Cn, we obtain particular solutions of the equation. We obtain n equations by differentiating equation (6) or (7) (n — 1) times with respect t o x then substituting x = x0 and initial con­ ditions (5). I t is assumed t h a t these equations are soluble with respect to Cv G2, .. ,Cn for any given initial conditions (x0, y0, y'0, . . ,2/onl)We thus obtain the solution satisfying conditions (5). If the righthand side of equation (2) is a many-valued function, there will be several solutions of equation (7) corresponding to initial conditions (5).

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