So I have this problem which states use separation of variables to find the general solution of the differential equation.
so to start, I'll move the dx to the other side to get:
Now, to get rid of the square root, can I simply square both sides to get:
then divide by y to get:
And then from there, integrate both sides twice? The only issue I see is after integrating once, I get:
And I don't quite remember how to integrate a natural log...