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I've got an awkward diff. eq. i'd really appreciate any help i can get with.

the DE is

y' = x - xy -y

in latex, it's

\frac{dy}{dt} & = & Cx - Dxy - Ey

but ignore the constants ...

it looked as though this would be easy to do with separation of variables at first, but couldn't work it out that way ... couldn't think of an integrationg factor ... it lookseasy, but i seem to have a block on this, can't see a way ot get it into some useful form or find somehting to substitute that would make it come out ok ...

any ideas?

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# Homework Help: Awkward diff. eq., advice appreciated!

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