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The only way we've been taught to solve differential equations so far is, separation of variables method, exact equation, bernoulli equation, homogeneous, and we're about to start special integrating factor.

I can't seem to get the equation into any of the first forms listed. Which leads me to believe its a special integrating factor problem. Or am I incorrect in this assumption?

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# Homework Help: Differential Equation

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