Ok so I really do think that this one is a separable equation but if not maybe someone could let me know that too haha
I need to separate this equation to have the dy and y's on one side and and the dx and x's on the other so I can integrate and solve the problem.
[(y*e^(xy))-(1/y)]dx + [(x*e^(y))+(x/(y^2))]dy=0
I have no idea how to separate the equation!
Any hints or first steps would be nice!!! THANK YOU!!!!
Alright so i agree that it would make way more sense for there to be a typo in the second part of the equation and if there is then I know how to do the problem BUT the teacher didnt say anything about a typo SOO i was wondering if for some reason there was NOT a typo then is there a way to still work the problem. I looked for special integration factors but found nothing .. maybe Im missing something or if there is no way to work the problem without a typo then I would like to know that too.
THANKS for the help thus far!