(1+e^x/y)dx + e^x/y ( 1-x/y )dy =0
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If this is an exact equation of the form then . . as required.
So it's an exact equation.
That means that the solution has the property that and .
Thus . (according to Wolfram)...
Comparing these two results, it's easy to see that and .
Thank you very much
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