How do you transform this $\displaystyle x \frac{dy}{dx}+2sin(x)y=x^2y^2$ into a linear equation? Thanks
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Originally Posted by JJ007 How do you transform this $\displaystyle x \frac{dy}{dx}+2sin(x)y=x^2y^2$ into a linear equation? Thanks What substitution do you class notes and textbook say to use? Alternatively, have you Googled 'Bernoulli differential equation' at all?
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