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comment $(y^{2} − 1) + 2(x − y(1 + y)^{2})y' = 0$ What method should I use to solve this ODE?
Wow, thx. I never know this. Where can I find out the derivation of this formula ?
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comment $(y^{2} − 1) + 2(x − y(1 + y)^{2})y' = 0$ What method should I use to solve this ODE?
Ok..how to figure out this integrating factor then ? making $y^2-1 = M$ the coefficient of $y'$ is $N$ $M_y = 2y,N_x = 2$, Then ?
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revised $(y^{2} − 1) + 2(x − y(1 + y)^{2})y' = 0$ What method should I use to solve this ODE?
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asked $(y^{2} − 1) + 2(x − y(1 + y)^{2})y' = 0$ What method should I use to solve this ODE?