|Sep30-07, 07:42 PM||#1|
[SOLVED] Differential Equations problem
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
(x - y ln(y) + y ln(x))dx + x(ln(y) - ln(x))dy = 0
Solving for general solution.
2. Relevant equations
3. The attempt at a solution
I have attempted for exactness, have attempted at separating the variables, checked if it was homogeneous, and thrown every method I know at this problem. I am usually excellent with DE, I am at a loss with this problem.
|Sep30-07, 11:26 PM||#2|
Nevermind, it's homogenous. After you factor out a -y from the first term it becomes more obvious.
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