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## Homework Statement

Solve the following differntial equation

## Homework Equations

(x+y-4)dy - (2x-y+1)dy = 0

EDIT: Oops, it should be (x+y-4)dy - (2x-y+1)dx = 0

## The Attempt at a Solution

I integrated both sides and ended up with:

[y(2x +y-8)]/2 = X^2 + x(1-y) + c

Did I solve this right, or am I supposed to do something else?

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