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I have this differential equation:

dy

---- = K*(A * y^3 + B * y^2 + C * y + 1)

dx

where A, B, C, K are non-zero constants

I tried to solve it analytically but achieve no result so far. Could anyone help me to solve this equation ?

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# A differential equation

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