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    Help with possible integrating factor Exact Differention Equation

    This is the Diff Eq. (y*x^2 + y*x -y)dx + (y*x^2-2x^2)dy=0


    This is not an Exact form Diff Eq. So I am trying to get an integrating factor using (My-Nx)/N or (My-Nx)/-M , but I cant get a factor function that only depends on x or Y.

    Any help is appreciated.
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    Last edited by eloggeradmin; June 23rd 2012 at 07:29 PM.
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    Re: Help with possible integrating factor Exact Differention Equation

    It's separable, remove y from the first bracket and x^{2} from the second.
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