can this equation y, = ycot(x) + sin(x) be reduced to a homogenous linear format? If yes, how? I tried the usual y=xv and the x=X+h, y=Y+k but doesn't seem to be working. Any ideas? Thanks just realized its in the form of dx/dy+Px=Q so I solved it by multiplying on B.S. by e∫Pdx and the solution I got was y=cosec(x) - cos(x) + cot (x)/2, but this is not given in the options. Did I go wrong somewhere?