Remember, the standard form for exact equations is
where you need .
For you,
so
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ok so i have this problem, and im having a little trouble separating it..here is the function:
x(dy/dx) = 2xe^x - y + 6x^2
i cant get this problem separated so that i can solve it for exactness. because there is only one y, i guess i want the My=0 and Nx=0. any thoughts? thanks in advance...