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    how rewrite y' = exp(x*y)

    Hi everybody!
    I need help in this quastion:
    ODE: y'(x)=exp(x*y), IC: y(0)=0, and i need to separate y in the expression exp(x*y) for solve the problem, but i don't know the substitution that i need do. Some one can help?

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    Re: how rewrite y' = exp(x*y)

    It's not separable. I don't think that there is a closed form solution to this problem. Where did it come from?
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    Re: how rewrite y' = exp(x*y)

    I need to express the solution to this problem in Taylor Series, but i don't know how do this, because of the given initial conditions.
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