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Thread: y' + fy^2 + gy + h = 0

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    y' + fy^2 + gy + h = 0

    I know how to solve $\displaystyle y' +fy + g = 0$ and $\displaystyle y' + fy^2 +gy = 0$. Is a general solution to $\displaystyle y'(t) + f(t)(y(t))^2 + g(t)y(t) + h(t) = 0$ known?
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    Perhaps this might help a bit...

    It's connected to Bernoulli numbers though so I don't know if it's a generalized case...

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