I'm pretty sure I'm doing something wrong.
the question is:
Formulate the general solution to the differential equation. (express in y^2 in terms of x)
This is what I did doing so far.
the final answer just looks way too weird.
Thx for the help.
The Y^2 is getting my confused. The formula I'm applying is
applying to both sides, I should get
I just guessed that the y^2 would be squared, I tried looking for a example in my book and I couldn't find.
so the final answer is :
but like I said... I just guessed on the y^2, so i'm not sure
Why are you applying that formula, when it doesn't apply? That formula is the form of a first-order linear DE, but that's not what you start out with. If you will employ TheEmptySet's substitution, you will get a first-order linear DE in u, at which point you can employ the integrating factor method.