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    [SOLVED] Differentiate

    Solve the following differential equation by separation of variables and fix the constant of integration according to the given initial condition
    y' = y^2 + xy^22, y(0)= 1 .

    I have split it into y^2(1+x) but do not know where to go from here.
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    Good start. Now get all the y's on the left hand side and keep the x's on the right. Then you can integrate both sides.
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    Thanks I managed to solve it
    Last edited by ronaldo_07; February 16th 2009 at 12:35 PM.
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