I thought about two substitutions. First t=1/y, and after that t=uv, but after doing that lot of calculations I still do not get right result. Is there any faster and more reliable method?
V.
I thought about two substitutions. First t=1/y, and after that t=uv, but after doing that lot of calculations I still do not get right result. Is there any faster and more reliable method?
V.
This is a Bernoulli equation:
where and and .
Putting is the substitution you want. Then you should be able to put it in the form:
where are as above.
You should then be able to solve it using an integrating factor, I expect.