Find the general solution to the differential equation. Primes denote derivatives with respect to x throughout. (2xsin(y)cos(y))y' = 4x^2 + (sin(y))^2
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Make the substitution so that and the ODE is which is linear.
I was able to get this far but I am still having trouble. Should the integrating factor be -(1/x)
Originally Posted by bearej50 I was able to get this far but I am still having trouble. Should the integrating factor be -(1/x) It's close. You have a sign error.
Any multiple of an integrating factor suffices. That's why you don't need the +C when you integrate.
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