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Math Help - y'-xy+x/y =0

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    y'-xy+x/y =0

    y'-xy+x/y =0
    i spitted it into
    (xy+x/y)dx +dy=0
    i tried to solve it by finding integration coefficient
    but it gives me

    m'+(1-1/y^2)m/(y+1/y)=0

    i there any other way
    cause i even cant find the integration coefficient
    Last edited by mr fantastic; October 21st 2010 at 05:45 PM. Reason: Re-titled.
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    It's separable. I would do it that way.
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    thanks
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    You're welcome!
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