So I have a problem that, with help, I figured out the solution to part A&B. I overlooked a part C.

So the differential equation is (dy/dx) = (y+4)(y-5)

And the question is:

Solve the differential equation in problem 1 above for y(x) with y(0) = 1, and find lim y(x) as x approaches infinity. Would you just distribute (y+4)(y-5) and integrate, then plug in the initial condition? I drew a slope field with solutions curves for general solutions in Part B, and they also ask does this limit agree with the pictures in question 1? It is a 1 which I found to be approaching a horizontal asymptote. I'm guessing thats what they are asking to confirm?