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dy/dx = -x - y

i am doing a modelling, and just happen to get stumbled into this form of pde.

i do it numerically, but i also want to know how y behave as x approaches large value. i just need to present some analytical work to justify what happen as x grows large.

thanks.

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# Differential equation: 1st order

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