Hello all,

I've spent the better part of an hour on a single problem. I've attempted it several ways but have yet to find the right answer - every attempt is resulting in a different answer.

The method I'm supposed to be using is substitution. The problem is (2x^2-3xy)y'=x^2+2xy-3y^2

The correct answer is y(x)=x*|ln(y^2/x)+C|.

My latest answer is y=2*x*ln(y/x) - x*ln|x| as a result of integrating (2-v)dv = -(1/x)dx where v=y/x. My previous two attempts had vastly different answers. I have a sneaking suspicion my problem is in my algebra before I start integrating.