# Differential Equation

1. Oct 29, 2009

### epkid08

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Show that the differential equation is a Bernoulli equation by rewriting it in a different form:

$$y'=\frac{3x^2y - y^3}{2x^2}$$

I've tried numerous algebraic operations without any luck. Am I supposed to transform the equation algebraically to get it into Bernoulli form, or am I supposed to use a substitution, if so what substitution?

2. Oct 29, 2009

### kof9595995

I think just rearrange the equation algebraically would be ok. Try to write it in the standard form. What actually got you stuck?

3. Oct 30, 2009

### epkid08

Edit: I found my stupid mistake

Last edited: Oct 30, 2009