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Dude, if I knew how to solve it, I would not have posted this question here.
@Mr. Fantastic
Thanks. After this step, I simply do not know how to continue. I tried substituting dy/dx into them but simply couldn't get rid of the exponential, e so as to prove that its right. You know what I mean, right?
Your derivatives are OK. Now the unfortunate fact is that you need to substitute y and the derivatives into the left hand side of the differential equation. Then simplify it (hopefully to 4). This will take a fair bit of algebra but is not difficult - just very tedious (hence my use above of the word unfortunate).