Having problems solving this diff equation.
(1-x^2)y´+ xy = x for -1 < x < 1
I get the ínt factor to 1/(1-x^2)^0,5, But having problems after that.
again, just following the steps i outlined (we literally don't have to think about this if we know the steps by heart), this becomes
now integrate both sides and continue
look closely at the steps and see what is confusing you. the single derivative is simply the coefficient of y' times y.