(dy/dx)^2 - 4x(dy/dx) + 6y = 0
The dy/dx squared term is kind of nasty. I've tried with all the substitutes I could think of, none of them worked.
Any hints would be appreciated. Thanks!!!
First off, thanks for the quick reply
Shouldn't that be dy/dx = 2x +/- sqrt(4 x^2 -6y)
I think you were missing a y.
I've actually thought about using the quadratic eqn. But I wasn't sure how to deal with the stuff that's under the sqrt sign.
Could you make it a bit clear? Thanks again.