(xe^(y/x)+ 2(x^2)y)dy − (ye^(y/x))dx = 0 I've tried solving this equation with no luck. I have tried a variety of different ways but I end up with integrals that are impossible to solve. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by FatherMike (xe^(y/x)+ 2(x^2)y)dy − (ye^(y/x))dx = 0 I've tried solving this equation with no luck. I have tried a variety of different ways but I end up with integrals that are impossible to solve. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! If you group the terms as follows then divide by so so which can be integrated giving
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