hi,

d/dx= (1+e^{4x})/(4x+e^{4x}) = 1/(8(4x+e^{4x})^{2}) + c

find in implicit for the general solution of the differential equation::

dy/dx= - (4e^{-2y})(1+e^{4x})/(4x+e^{4x})^{3 (x>0) }

help, i realize that the (4e^{-2y}) needs to be on the left hand side, but i keep getting the blooming thing wrong.......and obviously the differentiation above it is heavily involved...... i think i need to actually have a face to face tutorial, but i live 2 hours travel from the tutorial place which would be ok if it wasn't in central london arghh!!!

any help as in super step by step would be appreciated...

many thanks