I'm having trouble solving the differential equation (a-bx)y'+(c-dx)y-e=0 with a,b,c,d,e constants.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I tried laplace transforming it, but then I end up with yet another differential equation in the laplace domain because of the xy and xy' terms.

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# A Can you solve (a-bx)y'+(c-dx)y-e=0 with a,b,c,d,e constants?

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